Tesla Confirms That It’s “Coming Soon” To Singapore
Electric cars are increasingly popular around the world, as well as in Singapore.
Singapore has an ambitious vision to phase out internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles by 2040, according to Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat in his February 2020 budget speech.
The city has seen an increase in the number of electric car-sharing startups such as BlueSG, while Hyundai is expected to set up an electric car manufacturing plant here.
With the electric vehicle revolution, Singaporeans are wondering why Tesla cars haven’t hit our roads yet.
However, it seems Singaporeans don’t have to wait too long to see Elon Musk’s electric cars in the city.
Tesla is coming to Singapore soon
According to Tesla’s website, it is “coming soon” to Singapore.
A quick search of Tesla’s website shows that there are plans to enter the Singapore market.
However, the target opening date is still unconfirmed, as the website also says “when and where are subject to change.”
Tesla currently has stores in more than 30 countries around the world, including Germany, UK, Taiwan, China and South Korea.
In November of last year, Tesla hired a charging manager, which suggests it is setting up its own electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Singapore.
The company plans to offer “complete charging solutions” that include home charging, public charging, third-party charging and boosting.
According to Tesla, the goal of the Supercharger network is to allow freedom of movement for Tesla owners at a fraction of the cost of gasoline.
It currently has more than 2,000 supercharging stations with more than 20,000 superchargers around the world.
Even though Singapore does not yet have a Tesla charging station, existing Tesla owners can use any of Singapore’s 1,600 charging stations.
To add, although there are no official Tesla showrooms in Singapore yet, many car dealers in Singapore have imported them for sale in the country.
An imported Tesla Model 3 will cost the owner around S $ 154,000, not including the Certificate of Eligibility (COE).
Recruitment for 10 positions in Singapore
As of July 2020, the electric vehicle and alternative energy company was actively recruiting in Singapore.
A research on the Linkedin networking site shows that the company is still recruiting for 10 positions in Singapore, with the last position posted three weeks ago.
Some of the positions she is recruiting for include Country Manager and Store Leader, which shows that the brand is preparing to enter the Singapore market.
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