There's no way that we will lose the service center. They're overwhelmed as it is. If anything, they need to consider another service center considering the growth in numbers of Tesla's on the road and many more to come (Model Y will be even bigger than Model 3 and the truck probably equal to that). I do think it will make sense to lose one of the showrooms, however. Which one will likely matter on rent. IMP showroom is Kalakaua Avenue facing in the primest of prime spots in Waikiki, so that can't be cheap. They had trouble filling the spaces when they opened and were giving big incentives to the more premium tenants there. My guess is as this phases out and they have to start paying full rent, they will decide to leave. I wonder what they will do with all of the Tesla chargers when they leave (AMC or IMP)
I don't expect IMP to keep the chargers but it would be cool if they did.
Am sure the are probably attached to the IMP lease, but since Tesla has said they want to increase the number of destination chargers here, they should try to keep them. They are still an incentive for Tesla owners to go to IMP even if there isn't a store there anymore so it benefits the shopping center.