- Vollständig aufgeladene Model S Performance 85 oder Tesla Roadster als Ersatzwagen
- Tesla bringt den Ersatzwagen einfach zu Ihnen nach Hause
- Jährlicher Service für 600 $ nun optional und ohne Auswirkungen auf die Garantie
- Unconditional warranty for Model S battery, even for user error
Making Service Better Than Invisible
Spring has arrived and there’s so much going on it’s hard to keep track. The last three weeks have taken us across the Atlantic to the Geneva International Motor Show, Norway and Amsterdam. Here at home we are preparing to open our next round of Tesla Stores and Service Centers and are finalizing plans for our Spring Test Drive events across the country. Be on the lookout for events in your area soon.
Am 26. Februar hat Elon Musk bei einer Veranstaltung des Energiestaatssekretärs Steven Chu angekündigt, dass Tesla sein Darlehen des U.S.-Energieministeriums (Department of Energy, DOE) fünf Jahre früher zurückzahlen wird, also doppelt so schnell, wie bei der ursprünglichen Darlehensvereinbarung zwischen Tesla und dem DOE 2010 festgelegt.
Yesterday, The New York Times reversed its opinion on the review of our Model S and no longer believes that it was an accurate account of what happened. After investigating the facts surrounding the test drive, the Public Editor agreed that John Broder had “problems with precision and judgment," “took casual and imprecise notes” and made “few conclusions that are unassailable.”
You may have heard recently about an article written by John Broder from The New York Times that makes numerous claims about the performance of the Model S. We are upset by this article because it does not factually represent Tesla technology, which is designed and tested to operate well in both hot and cold climates. Indeed, our highest per capita sales are in Norway, where customers drive our cars during Arctic winters in permanent midnight, and in Switzerland, high among the snowy Alps.
2012 has been a very exciting year for Tesla. We began delivering Model S to U.S. customers in June, Canadian deliveries are beginning this week, and now it’s time to engage our reservation holders in Europe. Many of you may have seen the recent press release regarding our new Tilburg Distribution Center. This facility is where most Tesla cars will enter Europe.
There are reasons why Tesla is pursuing a company owned store and service center model that we feel are really important. In many respects, it would be easier to pursue the traditional franchise dealership model, as we could save a lot of money on construction and gain widespread distribution overnight. Many smart people have argued over the years that we should do this, just like every other manufacturer in the United States, so why have I insisted that we take a unique path?
GASOLINE vs ELECTRIC