- Tesla has launched an Amazon store where it is selling branded merchandise, Electrek first reported.
- Tesla rolling out a store on Amazon‘s platform shows the company is looking for new ways to get its products in front of more people.
- The items for sale range from a $25 hat and mug to diecast Tesla cars, which price at $250.
Tesla has launched an Amazon store where it is selling branded merchandise, Electrek first reported.
Items available from the store include iPhone cases, mugs, clothing, and diecast versions of Tesla vehicles. The automaker had previously sold branded merchandise exclusively through its website and stores.
The items for sale range from a $25 hat and mug to diecast Tesla cars, which price at $250.
Tesla rolling out a store on Amazon’s platform shows the company is looking for new ways to get its products in front of more people. And it isn’t the first time the company has partnered with a retailer to help boost its exposure.
The automaker previously teamed up with Home Depot to sell energy products, though that partnership ended in 2018.
A Tesla representative told Business Insider the automaker’s Amazon store launched earlier this week.
The following products are available on Tesla’s Amazon store, as of Tuesday afternoon:
- iPhone cases: $35-$45
- Men’s hoodie: $70
- Women’s hoodie: $75
- Snapback hat: $25
- Diecast Model S P100D, Model S P85, and Model X: $250
- Mug: $25
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Source: Business Insider