Tenneco has announced a dramatic expansion of its Walker Emissions Control product line for the North American aftermarket, resulting in coverage of more than 100 million additional, potential vehicle service opportunities.
As Tesla prepares for volume production of its Model 3 sedan in early 2018, the company is taking a prescriptive approach when it comes to establishing an efficient service model that will support its growing fleet of vehicles.
Tesla released a new video revealing how they plan to expand and improve their automotive services. The company’s electric vehicles will feature over-the-air software updates and remote diagnostic features, which, according to the video, will be able to identify 90 percent of vehicle issues.
Tesla Inc. said it is expanding its auto service centers and adding 350 mobile service vans as it gears up to support its Model 3 sedan, a mass-market car that is expected to drive a 500 percent increase in the electric car company's sales.