Tesla Opens New Location in Belfast

The new Tesla Centre in Belfast supports Tesla’s digital customer experience in Northern Ireland. Test drives are available from the Boucher Road location as well as service, when required. The site, which can be conveniently accessed from the M1, M2 and M3 is approximately 25,000 sqft and has 8 Tesla Superchargers. 

Tesla has had a presence in Northern Ireland since 2020, where it first opened its Belfast Centre. Tesla has since outgrown this site with the need to increase its presence in the area due to higher demand for sales and for servicing more vehicles on the road in the area. The opening of this new location indicates Tesla’s continued investment in the area, as part of its mission to accelerate the Northern Ireland’s transition to sustainable energy.

Tesla is a tech company that applies 21st century thinking to car purchase and ownership, which the centres support. All car purchases are done online, regardless of whether you are at home or choose to place an order in store with fixed pricing. Test drives can be arranged online in advance or organised on the day of a visit to a local Tesla Centre. 

Tesla also offers a unique service experience.  All service visits are arranged through the Tesla app, choosing a time and date where convenient to you. With remote information and diagnostics, Tesla can pre-diagnose the issue and, where possible, fix your car with a software update. If that isn’t possible, a Mobile Service Technician will arrive for your timeslot at your home or work location and, with your permission, can unlock the car remotely. If a Service Centre appointment is needed, you can arrange a contactless drop off of your car at your chosen location, without having to step inside the Service Centre. 

Area Sales and Delivery Manager John Mcbain added “We’re proud to be investing further into Northern Ireland at Tesla, and investing in jobs and upskilling people in the Belfast area. Everything we do at Tesla is in support of our mission, which is to accelerate Northern Ireland’s transition to sustainable energy.”

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