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First Tesla Store in Greece Opens in Athens

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Tesla opens first dealership in Athens. Credit: Maurizio Pesce, CC BY 2.0

Elon Musk’s Tesla opens its first dealership in Greece on Monday in Athens. The official representative office is located on Kifisias Avenue in Marousi on the way down to Athens.

In the next few days, the cars, which will make up the entire range of Tesla models, will be installed in the dealership.

Almost 100 Tesla cars were sold in Greece in September

Tesla Greece, which hopes to strengthen its position in the electric vehicle category, sold nearly a hundred cars in the month of September via the internet.

According to a report in specialist auto magazine Newsauto, ninety out of the estimated one hundred deliveries were related to Model 3 while there were also several related to deliveries of the new Model Y, belonging to the category of recreational vehicles.

Model 3 is available for 45,990 euros and with a range of 448 kilometers (the Long Range version reaches 614 kilometers). Accordingly, the Model Y, which has been on the Greek roads for a few days is available for 60,990 euros and with a range of 507 kilometers.

Elon Musk said recently his company is considering introducing a smaller car in its third electronic vehicle platform anticipated to be more affordable to manufacture.

Musk pointed out this new development during Tesla’s Q3 2022 earning, noting that the next platform will be smaller than the current compact one and would cost roughly half of the Model 3 architecture.

The world’s richest man also announced that the primary focus of the electric vehicle manufacturer is new vehicle development although he did not clarify a specific time frame for the launch.

Tesla recalls 300,000 vehicles in the U.S.

The news of the opening of Tesla’s first dealership in Greece comes as the American manufacturer announced it is recalling more than three hundred thousand vehicles in the U.S. because a software glitch can make taillights go off intermittently, increasing the risk of a collision.

The recall covers certain 2020 to 2023 Model Y SUVs as well as 2023 Model 3 sedans. That amounts to a potential 321,628 vehicles.

Tesla became aware of the problem last month after receiving complaints, primarily from customers outside of the U.S., that their vehicle taillamps were not illuminating. The company completed an investigation into the problem earlier this month.

Related: Elon Musk Launches Tesla Gigafactory in Berlin

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