The American manufacturer of electric cars Tesla announced changes in its sales strategy. According to The Wall Street Journal, to reduce costs, the company intends to sell its cars only through the Internet, ceasing traditional trade in its own stores. According to Tesla Chief Executive Officer, Elon Musk, the implementation of this strategy will become a strong competitive advantage for the company. Tesla plans to leave only a few of its stores, in which electric cars will not be sold, but the necessary information will be delivered to potential buyers. Tesla will also no longer conduct test drives, but will allow those who buy an electric car to return it within 7 days or after a run of up to 1 thousand miles and get the full amount back.
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