Back in December, we told you that Lubbock was getting its first Tesla location at the old Reagor Dykes location and it is finally open.

So we had to see what it is all about and what it looks like. Below the article, you can see an in-depth look at all the pictures.

These new electric cars will be popping up all over Lubbock but don't think you can go there and buy a car. You have to set up an appointment, test drive and then they will order you a car. It is not like any of the other car dealerships here.

The building taking up the old Regaor Dykes location is totally renovated and different.

"The Tesla offering consists of three buildings adding up to 18,671 square feet with approx. 57 parking spaces, (additional 144 parking space car lot) on a generous 4.19 acres."

It is located at 6626 82nd St at the old Reagor Dykes Mitsubishi. That location closed down in 2019 due to rent not being paid. It has remained empty until now.

Tesla was founded in 2003 and builds not only all-electric vehicles but also infinitely scalable clean energy generation and storage products. The company is now based out of Austin, TX. It was founded by the American entrepreneurs Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning and now the CEO is Elon Musk.

You can find out more details about Tesla on their website or see below the pictures I took of the new location.

Tesla in Lubbock

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