As the alternative-fuel market gains dominance over the long-established gasoline market in the USA, more and more automakers have begun bolstering their latest ranges with additional EVs and hybridized vehicles. Every sports car, coupe, sedan, crossover, and Tesla SUV, on the other hand, has always rolled straight off the factory floor fully electric, upholding the brand’s unrelenting pursuit of the electrification of the automotive industry.
This is a list of the Tesla SUV and crossover models currently for sale in the US:
|Tesla Model X||670 hp||Electric||$79,990|
|Tesla Model Y||425 hp||Electric||$43,990|
|Tesla Model X Performance||TBC||Electric||$99,990|
|Tesla Model X Plaid||1,020 hp||Electric||$94,990|
No longer the undisputed king of EVs, Tesla now has to put in some genuine effort to stay ahead of its various competitors. After all, just about every automaker in the industry is now expanding its lineup to include EVs, including those in the most popular body style. So, what does a Tesla electric SUV offer that makes it better or worse than any of the upstart EV high-riders?