First Tesla Service Center in Singapore Debuts, More Model 3 Vehicles Arrive

Photo: Philip Koh / @TeslaOwnersSG

The first round of Tesla Model 3 deliveries arrived in Singapore earlier this month, and just as the electric vehicles (EVs) are arriving, a Singapore service center has also opened its doors in the island city-state.

Another round of Tesla vehicles was spotted arriving in Singapore on Monday by Philip Koh (via @TeslaOwnersSG), coinciding with the official launch of Tesla’s first service center in the country and in Southeast Asia, as shared by @Tesla Owners Singapore.

Tesla’s service center is located at Singapore Toa Payoh, not far off of Braddell Road and the nearby CTE toll road.

The arriving vehicles consist of Tesla’s Model 3, and it isn’t currently clear when or if Tesla plans to introduce other vehicles from its lineup to the region.

Earlier this month, Tesla also launched the first Singapore/Southeast Asia V3 Supercharger, located at 181 Orchard Road in the country’s Orchard Central shopping center. In May, Tesla also held a Model 3 drive event in Singapore, which gave reservation holders 30 minutes to test drive the newly-arrived electric sedan.

Residents of Singapore can purchase a Model 3 starting at $112,845 SGD, which includes registration fees, road taxes, and ARF payable duties, in addition to government rebates and incentives.