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Tesla plans to open first service center in Thailand

The automaker Tesla has announced plans to expand its network of supercharging stations across Thailand and the official inauguration of its first service facility in July.

Tesla claims that its first service center, which will be situated on Ramkhamhaeng Road, would include a showroom, a service and delivery center, and an educational space where customers can find out more about Tesla’s cars and technologies.

Customers will be able to schedule maintenance appointments straight from their smartphones or tablets thanks to the company’s introduction of a maintenance service through its Tesla app.

Additionally, a unique home charging bundle has been unveiled, offering customers convenient and appropriate home charging installations.

By the second quarter of this year, the automaker wants to spread out its supercharging network to seven stations around Thailand. In Bangkok, there are now three Tesla stations, one each at CentralWorld, Central Rama 2, and Central Rama 3.

From June 5 to August 31, Tesla will host a roadshow at Iconsiam to broaden its EV market in the nation. Visitors will get the chance to personally converse with Tesla specialists while viewing a display of EV innovations.

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