This standalone, 30,000-square-foot facility is set to expand Tesla’s reach with seven work bays, fourteen two-post lifts, and an additional alignment rack. This grand center aims to enhance service offerings and demonstrate an extensive inventory.
Club member Bianca Calascibetta, a Tesla Model 3 driver, echoed the excitement of many.
“If anyone is looking to get their Tesla serviced, this is the place to come,” she said. “Although this is not a sales location, you are able to get demo drives to understand what it’s like to experience the Tesla.”
Calascibetta also highlighted the facility’s offering of demo drives, helping potential buyers understand the unique experience of driving a Tesla, despite the location not being a sales point.
The allure of Tesla extends beyond the vehicles for Calascibetta. She’s a staunch advocate of the company’s mission, explaining to Rochester First, “I believe that Tesla’s mission for accelerating the world’s transition to renewable and sustainable energy is what it’s all about.”
According to her, the Tesla Owners Club of New York is dedicated to propelling New York’s transition towards sustainable energy solutions.
The grand opening wasn’t just a tour and celebration of the new facility; attendees had the chance to win an overnight demonstration drive of a Tesla, as well as various collectibles and branded merchandise.
Situated at 3535 West Henrietta Road, the new Tesla Gallery and Service Center marks a significant expansion for Tesla in Western New York. The facility is a testament to Tesla’s commitment to its users and to a sustainable future, setting the pace for the EV revolution in the region.
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