Tesla Model X Configuration Opened To First Customers
Posted on November 25, 2015
Do you want to know how much a 2016 Tesla Model X costs? Well, if you were one of the first couple hundred individuals to reserve the Model X, you would know - but in the event that you are not on that list, we’ll break it down for you.
The 2016 Tesla Model X carries a starting price tag of $80,000 before you add any options or before any tax breaks like the $7,500 federal tax credit. According to Tesla, the cheapest version of the Tesla Model X - the 70D spec - will cost you as little as $61,000 after incentives and gas savings if you live in California.
As you may already know, the standard configuration of the Tesla Model X offers five seats but you will have the option to configure the electric crossover with a six and seven-seat option. Going for the six-seat option will set you back $3,000, and if you desire seven seats you’ll have to cash out an additional $4,000. If you’re interested in adding an autopilot function, you’ll end up spending another $2,500. The air suspension option on the 70D will cost you $2,500 (it is standard on the 90D and P90D models). Adding a premium package will cost $4,500, a premium sound system will run you $2,500, the subzero weather package will cost you $1,000, and the towing package will run you $750.
Just like the Tesla Model S, Model X buyers will be able to pick between three specifications: 70D, 90D, and P90D. The Tesla Model X 70D gets a 70-kWh battery for an EPA-estimated driving range of 220 miles. The 70D can hit a top speed of 140 mph and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 6 seconds flat. The Model X 90D gets a larger 90-kWh battery pack that will give you a 257-mile range, a top speed of 155 mph, and a 0 to 60 mph time of 4.8 seconds. Finally, the top-of-the-line performance Model X P90D uses the same 90-kWh as the 90D with the total range coming in at 250 miles and a 0 to 60 mph time of 3.2 seconds with the Ludicrous Speed option.
Tesla will start selling the Model X P90D in early 2016. The Model X 90D will arrive second in mid-2016 followed by the 70D later in the year.
Photos of the full selection of options available after the jump.
Tesla Model X interior layout options including the 5-passenger, 6-passenger, and 7-Passenger configurations.
The Subzero Weather Package for our northern and overseas friends.
The Tesla Smart Air Suspension which we expect to be a popular choice from Model X customers.
The Tesla Model X Premium Upgrades Package which includes the HEPA air filtration system that Elon Musk has raved about.
The Tesla Model X Performance Upgrades including the Ludicrous Speed Upgrade for $10,000.
The Tesla Model X Autopilot Convenience Feature - $2500
The Tesla Model X High Amperage Charge Upgrade-$1000
The Tesla Model X Towing Package - $750
The Tesla Model X Ultra High Fidelity Sound Package - $2500