NADA wants Tesla electric cars sold through conventional dealer network.
DETROIT – Tesla founder Elon Musk has told the National Automobile Dealers Assn. he will embrace the dealer franchise model that’s prevalent in the U.S. once sales of his cars reach critical mass, David Westcott, chairman-NADA, says. “(Musk) is an interesting individual, and the car is wonderful,” Westcott says at an Automotive Press Assn. event here. “The only thing we differ on is the distribution system.” Tesla has battled state laws requiring ...
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