With the Chinese market in full bloom, the car makers flock to the Asian country to get a piece of the cake while it’s still fresh.
Following its recent success with the Model S electric vehicle, Tesla might be pushing to sell the car in the aforementioned country.
As with the other markets, Tesla will still hang on to their desire to only sell the car in company-owned dealerships. If this will go down easy with the Chinese authorities remains to be seen, but should they manage to get into this market, the Model S will be quite a rare sight.
Already bearing a hefty price tag, the Tesla Models S might be subjected to several taxes before finally reaching the Chinese buyer, making the vehicle appealing only to a certain set of individuals. With plans for a first dealership to open in Beijing, anyone willing to pay for the electric sedan would benefit from the same premium customer service and options present in any other country.