The Model X is currently the sole SUV in Tesla’s simplified model range and for 2019 customers can choose between two trim levels. The base model is now called the Long Range and starts at $85,750 (including a $3,750 EV incentive) and comes with a long list of standard features.
Offering a 295-mile range and 4.7-second 0-60 mph sprint time, it is extremely quick for such a large vehicle and unlike most EVs has a commendable if entirely academic top speed of 155 mph. The ride is acceptable if you stay away from the optional 22-inch wheels and the Model X’s handling is good even on the higher-profile standard wheels. The interior is spacious, and the falcon-wing doors make it easier to get in and out in tight parking spaces.
Options include either a five, six or seven-seater configuration, autopilot (incorporating emergency braking and lane assist), and full self-driving capabilities with a summon feature and automated highway driving.
|75D||Electric||Single Speed Automatic||All Wheel Drive||TBC||$82,000|
|Base||Electric||Single Speed Automatic||All Wheel Drive||TBC||$88,000|
|Long Range||Electric||Single Speed Automatic||All Wheel Drive||TBC||$89,500|
|100D||Electric||Single Speed Automatic||All Wheel Drive||TBC||$97,000|
|Performance||Electric||Single Speed Automatic||All Wheel Drive||TBC||$104,000|