Thursday , May 30 2024
Breaking News

Tesla to open collision center in San Bernardino

Tesla Motors will build a collision service center in San Bernardino, the automobile maker’s first in the Inland Empire.

The facility will be a partnership between Tesla and ViaWest Group, a Phoenix-based real estate-investment group, according to a statement released by the city April 4.

The 30,000-square-foot collision center, approved by the planning commission Feb. 13, will be built at 424 W. Orange Show Lane. Tesla’s nearest collision centers are in Aliso Viejo, San Juan Capistrano, and Santa Monica.

“Having Tesla in San Bernardino is a big win for the Inland Empire,” said Mayor Helen Tran in the statement. “There are more and more Tesla’s on the road every day, and not having to travel to Los Angeles or Orange Counties [for repairs] is very appealing for local and potential owners.”

About 90 people will work at the collision center, which is expected to open in the next year. It will not include a sales office or showroom, according to the statement.

Check Also

Palm Springs International Airport

Palm Spring Airport to hold public meeting

Palm Springs International Airport will conduct a public meeting regarding future development at the airport. …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *