Tesla, the world’s leading electric vehicle manufacturer, has announced that it will open its first service center in Thailand by the end of this year.

The service center will be located in Bangkok and will provide maintenance and repair services for Tesla owners and customers in the country.

Tesla has been expanding its presence in Southeast Asia, with plans to launch its Model 3 sedan in Singapore and Indonesia soon. The company also opened its first showroom in Vietnam earlier this year. Tesla hopes to tap into the growing demand for clean and sustainable transportation in the region.

The service center in Thailand will be staffed by trained technicians who can perform diagnostics, software updates, battery replacements, and other services for Tesla vehicles. The center will also have a lounge area where customers can relax and enjoy complimentary refreshments while waiting for their cars.

Tesla said that it is committed to providing the best customer experience and support for its products. The company also said that it will continue to invest in infrastructure and network development in Thailand and other markets to make electric mobility more accessible and convenient for everyone.

The automaker, owned by billionaire Elon Musk, faces stiff competition from Chinese players already present in the electric vehicle (EV) market, such as Great Wall Motors with its Ora Good Cat subcompact EV and Hozon Auto with its Neta V electric sports utility vehicle.

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Zhong Li is a tech journalist who covers the latest developments in artificial intelligence, robotics, and biotechnology. Zhong Li is passionate about exploring the ethical and social implications of emerging technologies.

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