Tesla Model X pricing announced

Tesla Model X pricing announced

Tesla founder as well as CEO Elon Musk claimed at its unveiling that the Model X would be priced at around $5,000 above the California firm's Model S electrical sedan, making $80,000 placed its right at that price point. On Monday, Tesla revealed that more standard versions of the auto will cost substantially less.

Acceleration times for the 0-60mph (97km/h) sprint are still quite incredible for a large, fully-electric crossover, with the 70D achieving it in 6.0 seconds and the 90D smashing it in just 4.8 seconds. The company has started informing pre-order customers that they can no go to the Tesla website to customize their Model X to their hearts content. And along with that is information on how much that will all cost you.

Tesla unveiled its first-ever sport's utility vehicle, the Model X, in early September.

Autoblog reported that Model X buyers can choose from three Model X versions: 70D, 90D, and P90D. Renowned Tesla bull - Global Equities Research's Trip Chowdhry - has shown signs of concerns on the matter, mostly due to Model X. Bidness Etc discusses if the guidance is really at risk or it seems wise to trust the management.

The company has now opened up order books for a more affordable Model X variant: the 70D. In comparison, the 90D's 90 kWh battery offers an EPA estimated range of 257 miles and in the case of the high-end model, the P90D, a total EPA estimated range of 250 miles.

Deliveries of the Model X are expected to begin mid-2016. That said, the P90D will run to 60 miles per hour in 3.8 seconds, or an astonishing 3.2 seconds with a Ludicrous mode. All models come with those iconic falcon wing doors.

The base version is a five-seater, but you can add an extra $3,000 to that price tag if you want a six seater or $4,500 for the seven-seat version.

Tesla's all-new Model X crossover will carry a base price of $80,000, the electric automaker announced this week.

Just as Tesla has done with Model S, Model X comes standard with active safety features, such as active emergency braking. There's also a bundle of several premium upgrades available for $4,500.

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