Premium all-electric automobile manufacturer Tesla Motors, just prior to unveiling the Model S Beta, announced the opening of a showroom and service center in the Netherlands, making the new facility the largest that the American-based company has in Europe.
According to the car marker, there are over 100 of its electric vehicles registered in the region, making the new center an important business move for future growth. Tesla Motors currently has similar stores and repair locations in California and London.
As is the case with almost all of the news from the electric car company recently, Tesla Motors is rolling out the new Netherlands digs in preparation of its Model S hitting the market in late 2012. We recently covered news of the manufacturer’s new Beta model, as well as its plans to discontinue the sportier Roadster design.
Any model from Tesla Motors is certain to be pricey, the cheapest coming in at right around $50,000, however, the vehicles are most definitely at the forefront of public market electric cars, making them an attractive options to those who can afford to be early adopters.