The Tesla Model X may be aging, but it still provides superb performance from its dual motor setup. At 4.4 seconds to 60 mph, the all-wheel-drive EV is one of the quickest SUVs on the market, even in Standard Range guise. Your choice of trim levels includes the 496-hp Standard Range model or the 670-hp 'Model X'.
Inside, the X features a horizontal 17-inch touchscreen, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, and an eight-inch screen for second-row occupants. Other features include heated seats, tri-zone climate control, wireless device charging, a panoramic windshield, and ambient lighting. An inherently safe vehicle, the Model X boasts safety equipment like blind-spot monitoring, lane-keep assist, and a rearview camera. It can be optionally specified to seat six or seven occupants, and enhanced Autopilot is an optional, albeit pricey, extra.
While there aren't any packages or accessories to choose from, you can spec 22-inch wheels that cost $5,500. A seven-seat layout costs $3,500 while a six-seat layout with captain's chairs costs $6,500. The most notable optional extra is the Full Self-Driving suite with semi-autonomous highway driving, automatic lane changes, and an automatic parking and summoning function. It also comes with traffic light and stop sign control. This costs $15,000. A cheaper version of this, Enhanced Autopilot, goes for $6,000 and adds autopilot, automatic lane change, autopark, summon, and smart summon only.