Tesla Model X Vs. BMW X5 M: Which Is Worth Over $100,000?

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Or are both insanely overpriced?

Spending six figures on something that’s not a supercar isn’t all that unusual these days. Aside from super sedans, such as the BMW M5 and Porsche Panamera, there’s also that certain high-tech and also super-fast Tesla Model S. We ourselves would honestly have a hard time deciding. And then there are also super SUVs, such as the BMW X5 M, and pretty soon the Tesla Model X. Both cool, attention-grabbing, and bonkers expensive. We know, we’re comparing apples to oranges, internal combustion to pure EV tech here, but still.

Those who’ve got the dough will surely splurge, but which of these two six-figure SUVs would you prefer. The X5 M will get you from 0-60 mph in 4 seconds flat, but the Model X can get your there in 3.2, but without the sound of that thunderous twin-turbo V8. Not to influence your opinion, but those rear falcon doors on the Tesla are just wicked cool.

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