Tesla Model X to Open its Falcon-Wing Doors in 2015

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“Exceeds the promises made when we first showed the concept.”

The Tesla Model X, the company’s first crossover and thenewest addition to its all-electric family, will enter production in late 2014and meet its first customers early the following year. In an email to preordercustomers, the company promised that its delayed CUV – originally slated forproduction in 2013 – "will be a production car that exceeds the promisesmade when we first showed the concept." Moreover, it will keep thefalcon-wing doors displayed on the original concept.

Also in the email, Tesla told its customers to expect anoptional third row of seats and standard all-wheel drive, in addition toincreased functionality and practicality. With the delivery date just aroundthe corner, stay tuned for additional details and an official debut in thecoming months.

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