US electric automobile manufacturer Tesla has announced it will start deliveries to Romania, Slovenia, Poland and Hungary in early 2020.
“Starts with P and ends with oland, Hungary, Romania and Slovenia.
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Electric car buyers in Poland, Romania, Slovenia and Hungary may order their Tesla online.
The opening of a Tesla store in Budapest is planned, and people in Poland have been buying Teslas for some time. A view on the Tesla map shows an open service centre in Warsaw indeed and one in the Czech capital of Prague as well.
In March this year, Tesla revealed its plans to set up its Supercharger modules in three Romanian cities, Bucharest, Galati and Craiova, without though giving a precise time frame.
In July, Tesla also announced that it is planning to open its first Supercharger charging station in Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second largest city, in 2020.
Tesla has installed Superchargers in Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia and Croatia so far. The Supercharger network comprises 1,400 stations worldwide, meaning more than 12,888 Superchargers.