Even with the geographic density of Apple stores it wouldn't be enough. Afterall, if you have an Apple product that needs repair, you can go to any number of non-Apple affiliated repair centers and get your Apple product fixed. If you have a Tesla, that is almost impossible. And if you have a problem with the personnel at your local Tesla service center, you might have to drive 200+ miles to the next one. This certainly isn't the case with almost any other auto manufacturer (except the ultra exotics). Tesla should franchise out their consumer automotive business and let independent dealers do the job.