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Tesla is prepping its booth for the Geneva Motor show this week

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After a few sightings in the Netherlands and Germany, the Tesla Model X is finally set to make its official European debut at the Geneva Motor Show later this week.

The automaker shared of few pictures of its booth being prepared for the event.

The Geneva International Motor show is one of biggest auto show in Europe, if not the biggest, and it’s held of course in Switzerland, which is an important market for Tesla since it not only outsells every other electric car, but also most vehicles in its segment.

This year the doors open on March 3 through the 13th and you’ll be able to take a look at the Model X or the few other electric (or non-electric if that’s your thing…) vehicles at the show.

Tesla is also bringing the Model S to the show:

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I hate to clean my car, but somehow I think I’d be fine with cleaning a Model X:

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Make sure to stick around this week for our coverage of the Geneva Motor Show.

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  1. Siim - 7 years ago

    Hi I saw the Model X in Geneva Motor Show 2016, 5.03.2016 so Saturday approximately 19:00 (closing time). It seemed they still had a problem with the doors, because there was some special technician with a laptop and other tooling. He also opened a screw from the door panel from the driver seat door. Almost wanted to make video from it. Don’t really know what to think about it.


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