— NorthPark Center (@NorthParkCenter) April 29, 2014
I saw this on NorthPark’s Twitter earlier. I’m not a huge Tesla fan, but every time I saw a showroom/gallery in Chicago, New York, or D.C., I’ll admit to halting in front of the windows to peer in. I’m surprised it took this long for a showroom to be set up in Dallas, as we seem to be the home of stores that I like to peer into, full of items I crave but shouldn’t (Caroline Herrera, Alexander McQueen, Dior, et al.).
In line with the Tesla showroom/gallery model, as their website puts it, the gallery “serves as a place to educate visitors about our groundbreaking electric vehicles,” not a place to purchase the cars.
So at least there’s that to stop me from trying to buy a new car.