Tesla to open temporary showroom in the Mall of the Emirates
Source: Total Communications , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Tue November 27, 2018 11:53 am

UAE. Tesla has opened its latest temporary showroom in the lifestyle and luxury destination, the Mall of the Emirates, bolstering its presence in Dubai and complimenting its retail store and service centre located on Sheikh Zayed Road.
 
The 220 square metre showroom will be open until February 2019 and will display Model S and Model X, allowing shoppers the opportunity to learn about Tesla’s products in an experiential and low-pressure environment.
 
Tesla’s Model S and Model X offer an incredibly safe, yet aesthetically beautiful and powerful way to drive one-hundred-percent electric. With unparalleled range and sport car performance, Model S and Model X have raised the bar for the 21st century vehicle.
 
Tesla’s over-the-air software updates also add functionality, enhance performance, and improve the driving experience. Updates to the car can be received remotely without visiting a service centre.
 
Visitors at the showroom can also learn more about the Model 3, Tesla’s affordable sedan, with first deliveries slated in the first half of 2019.

Photo Captions:
1. (above)  Tesla MOE Pop up design studio
2. (inset)    Tesla Model S (File photo)

 

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