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First Irish Tesla Store and charging point open today

Elon Musk company has invested heavily in south Dublin showroom

26th April, 2017
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Tesla charges across Ireland Pic: Getty

The first Irish Tesla Store opens today in Sandyford, south Dublin, along with the first Tesla Supercharger charging point at the Topaz service station off the M8 motorway at Ballacolla.

The electric car maker’s new Irish store is located at 92 Bracken Road, Sandyford Industrial Estate. Tesla has invested heavily in the building where it has build a showroom, two delivery bays, a repair area, customer lounge and offices.

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