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For newly-minted Tesla Thailand, there’s a bumpy road ahead, and it leads back to China. Tesla began sales in Thailand, just over a week ago, offering its popular Model 3 and Model Y at prices that compete with rivals like BYD. The company staged a glitzy showcase of its plans at Bangkok’s Siam Paragon mall with vehicles to be delivered in the first quarter of next year. Around the same time, Toyota was staging a glitzy showcase of its own electric dreams. Tesla deliveries in China this November were at an all-time high, but that has done nothing to stop […]

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Think soon you'll have to be a very rich person to run a Tesla.

As for Bangkok I do wonder how they'll cope with the yearly floods, the little I have bothered to read on them suggest they are averse to immersion with possible very expensive replacement of batteries a maybe.

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18 minutes ago, palooka said:

Think soon you'll have to be a very rich person to run a Tesla.

As for Bangkok I do wonder how they'll cope with the yearly floods, the little I have bothered to read on them suggest they are averse to immersion with possible very expensive replacement of batteries a maybe.

Would you really trust an automated car in Bangkok traffic? 

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