The second Tesla branch in the country opened in Brno. It offers a free ride


Robin Fajmon

external editor – trainee

/VIDEO/ The second Tesla branch in the Czech Republic opened on Tuesday in the Nová Zbrojovka complex in Brno. Those interested can try a one-hour drive in the selected car for free. It is necessary to order the day, hour and car in advance.

Interested parties can find the pop-up store in the Nové Zbrojovka complex in Brno.

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The so-called Tesla Pop up store opened yesterday in Brno Židenice. In a small glass booth, pre-ordered customers pick up their keys and then go for a drive in the loaned car. Currently, the store offers two models, namely the 3 and the X, to drive. However, starting next week, customers will be able to test drive all four models.

The mayor of Židenice Petr Kunc also commented on the opening on the X social network. “That’s it and it’s out! There will be a new Tesla store and service in Židenice,” said the mayor.

Those interested in trying out one of the models can choose a model on Tesla’s website and all they need is a driver’s license. For faster models, however, the applicant should have had a driver’s license for more than seven years. They then fill in their details and reserve a free date in their calendar. Then, on the selected day, he presents the driver’s license to the branch operator, who scans it and lends the customer the keys. The customer can then test drive the car himself.

Reconstructed tourist route in the section Junácká louka - Nad Zouvalkou - Kůlny near the Brněnská přehrady. Images from 2020.

Restrictions on walks near the Brno Dam. The repaired Zouvalka trail will be closed again

Next year, a new hall is to be built near the current branch Tesla. In addition to the new store, there should also be a showroom and car service.

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Source: Studio Daněk


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