Interested buyers have to be at least 27 years old and must hold a valid driver’s license to take the car out for a test drive.
The first Tesla retail outlet in Southeast Asia opened on Saturday (Jan 15) in Singapore.
Located at Millenia Walk, potential buyers have the option of taking the Model 3 electric car out for a test drive.
This comes after three Tesla V3 superchargers were made available at the carpark of Millenia Walk in Oct 2021.
The Tesla Model 3 is a smaller, simpler and more affordable electric car compared to previous models.
Potential buyers can register their interest with Tesla to take the vehicle out for a test drive along the East Coast Parkway (ECP) expressway’s scenic waterfront, which is a short three minutes away from the store.
They have to be at least 27 years old and must hold a valid driver’s license to be eligible for a test drive.
The Tesla Model 3 costs about $155k, excluding the price of the Certificate of Entitlement (COE).
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