U.S. Tesla store averages 12,000 visitors a week
In fact, Tesla says one of its stores attracts, on average, some 12,000 visitors a week. Most of these store-going people are what we'd call tire kickers – common folk who want to check out a vehicle and maybe even test drive one, but have no intention of buying. The fact that these tire-kicking Americans are flooding Tesla's showrooms seems to indicate strong interest in the automaker's vehicles, and perhaps even electric vehicles in general. The massive foot traffic has got to be a positive sign for Tesla, right? How about you, have you ever gone in just to look around?
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