Five more Tesla showrooms will be graced by the Model 3 this Friday, as the company continues to display the mass-market car to the general publicacross key markets in the United States. Visitors to Tesla’s San Diego, Dallas, Washington DC, Newport Beach, and Scottsdale stores will have the opportunity to experience the all-electric vehicle firsthand.
Tesla’s San Diego Westfield UTC showroom would be host the Model 3. Interested individuals will be able to sit inside the electric sedan when the showroom opens at 10 a.m. Tesla representatives will be on hand to discuss Model 3’s features and answer questions related to the vehicle. Southern Californians will also have the opportunity to see the Model 3 at Tesla’s Fashion Island showroom in prestigious Newport Beach. The Elon Musk-led electric carmaker has Model 3 vehicles displayed at various store locations in the state, including the Century City showroom in Los Angeles, Walnut Creek, San Jose, and Palo Alto.
In addition to the California locations that will have a Model 3 on display, Tesla will also be bringing the mass-market electric car to the Kierland Commons store in Scottsdale, AZ, and the company’s 3,000-square-foot Washington DC showroom on the East Coast.
Ironically, one of the states that prohibits Tesla from selling its cars directly to customers in the state is Texas, which will be getting a Model 3 on Friday at its Dallas store.
Tesla has been hard at work delivering the Model 3 to its backlog of reservation holders. The company debuted the compact electric car to select showrooms in California, before bringing it to Boston, its New York City showroom in Manhattan’s Meatpacking district, and the Aventura store in Miami, FL, last week.