Potential customers in Switzerland who want to try out the German-made Tesla Model Y now have the opportunity to take one of Europe’s all-electric crossovers for a ride. According to a recent post on LinkedIn, Tesla is offering test drives of the German-made Model Y in Cham, Zug, Switzerland.
Several Tesla employees from the region confirmed the programme, with store supervisor Marina Sarah Elena Pope noting that the site had received its first white, German-made Model Y from Giga Berlin. The unit, fitted with 21-inch Berber wheels and an all-black interior, will be used as a test drive unit. Previously available units featured a black color scheme, similar to the first Model Y that was delivered at a handover ceremony last month with CEO Elon Musk.
Needless to say, customers of Tesla Cham, Zug in Switzerland could consider themselves lucky. The German-made Model Ys is in great demand even among Tesla enthusiasts today, after all, as it is produced in one of the electric car maker’s newest plants. Being a Tesla made in Germany, expectations are also high that the Model Ys from Giga Berlin will show good build quality.
Seasoned electric car owners may note that a test drive is among the most effective ways to promote Teslas. The Tesla Model Y, despite being a crossover, is quite unlike any other car in its class thanks to its combination of raw power and incredible technology. Having potential customers to try it out first-hand is probably the perfect way to market the car.
Gigafactory Berlin has only been open for a few weeks now, but the facility faced its first environmental challenge this week. According to local reports, a liquid contaminated with water leaked into the Giga Berlin paint shop earlier this week. The substance escaped on Monday evening because the valve was not fully closed. Fortunately, a spokesperson for Thomas Fry confirmed that the material was captured and collected entirely in a collection tank, and later pumped out by a certified waste disposal company. Tesla also reported the incident to the Oder Spree Water Authority.
However, Tesla’s actions angered the Strausberg-Erkner Water Association, which indicated that it was not included in the company’s reports about the accident. “We are surprised that we did not know this and were not included in the reporting column. This material flows, but the information does not. We need this information to ensure the safety of the drinking water service in the event of an accident and to be able to assess the input of pollutants into the drainage system”.
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