Tesla has apparently got its problems in Norway under control before the start of the Model 3. The Californian carmaker has employed 360 new staff and increased the number of services centres in the Nordic country.
Norwegen customers had been expressing frustration at service delays. Tesla founder Elon Musk said that they would be implementing mobile service vans, but was having problems there too as they awaited government permission to do so. Norway has the world’s highest number of electric cars per inhabitant and represents Tesla’s third biggest market
Last Saturday Norwegen newspapers reported that the Californian company had addressed the problems – just in time before the start of the Model 3. According to Tesla spokesman Even Sandvold Roland, Tesla had already doubled the number of service employees in Norway last year and increased the number of Norwegian service centres to 13. Roland said that two more will follow as soon as possible. Tesla has also received approval to use mobile service vehicles in Norway and may test three of them until June.