The first Tesla models from Italy were spotted in Greece, Newsauto exclusively reported.
The company is already providing prospecting customers financing packages for its models, besides interested clients buying with cash.
According to the company’s website, the financing provided by Eurobank presupposes an advance starting from 0%, an interest rate of 4.9% and the possibility of repayment up to 72 months (6 years).
In an announcement, Tesla CEO Elon Musk stated that it has launched the Design Studio for Greece, a tool that allows consumers to customise, view and share their own Tesla electric vehicles on the web.
Customers are able to configure and order the Model S, Model X and Model 3.
Not to mention they will also be able to see the vehicles up close and have the opportunity to test drive the Model S, Model X or Model 3 at the pop-up store.
Tesla will also create a service centre in Athens before deliveries begin, so that the owner of a Tesla have access to immediate and hassle-free service for their car.
All Tesla vehicles with a base price below €50,000 before taxes, are eligible for Greece’s e-Mobility subsidy programme.
More information can be found here.