It has the biggest windshield glass of any passenger car and besides that; it comes with futuristic seats as well. All being said, chances of buying this car are slim since you will be parking it on the road in the city, and chances of a charging it at home are zero.
At the same time, the lower end model has a hefty price tag of $80,000 while choosing signature series items like tow hitch, luxury sound system, autopilot and ludicrous mode will set you back by $145,000.
However, the Model X comes with many kinds of space-age toys like 17” touchscreen-based cabin controls, premium ICE and something Tesla calls ‘medical grade’ air-filtration along with self-parking as well.
There is a forward-facing camera as well along with top-hinged rear-doors which simply require 30cm of space in order to open fully. Meanwhile, there are two electric powertrains available and both of them use the same 90kWh battery pack. The P90 model which is entry-level will come with 255bhp and will hit 60mph in 3.8 seconds.
Compared to that, the 496bhp Ludicrous P90D achieves that mark in 3.2 seconds. Furthermore, it is said that the Model X will be the most aerodynamic SUV available in the market. At its top speed of 155mph, it should be one of the quietest vehicles on the road due to the lack of an internal combustion engine. However, all is not well since shares of Tesla have fallen 12% over the last 3 months, compared to a 4% decline seen in the case of S&P 500.
Stay tuned for more updates on Tesla Model X!