Tesla's Move To Online Sales Gives Customers What They Want - Tesla News 2019. When Tesla announced plans to shift most of its sales to online, a lot of people questioned everything from the company's motives. I mean how could it grow market share without physical showrooms? The Tesla business model is the best the car business has seen yet. Tesla closing stores is not a big deal. So Tesla is closing retail stores? The company will save money in the long run. Stay tuned to Elon Musk News and Video for the latest Tesla news update.
Like the video said, Tesla planned to do this from over a month ago. I think Tesla online sales only is fine. The company is going to cut down its showroom staff and direct customers to order its vehicles through their cell phones. Musk said all purchases will come with a seven-day, money-back guarantee in case anyone has second thoughts. "It's going to be super easy to get a refund," he said. "People should not have concerns about placing an order." While some analysts question Tesla's decision, others say Musk may be giving consumers exactly what they want: no shady car salesman. Let's face it, buying a car has become one of the most dreaded chores in America — and one of the most complained about, according to the Federal Trade Commission. As a matter of fact, the auto industry has ranked as one of the FTC's most-complained-about topics over the last five years.