Tesla MODEL X Pricing and Specs
As naming suggests, the Long Range variant focuses on maximising driving distance from the all-wheel-driving dual electric motors, while the Performance version prioritises blazing pace.
The Tesla Model X Long Range will travel 575km before needing a recharge, while also featuring a hot hatch-bothering 4.6-second zero-to-100km/h acceleration time.
Meanwhile, the Performance grade will travel 550km on a full charge and sports a 0-100km/h time of just 2.9s thanks to the included ‘Ludicrous’ launch control mode.
Five seats are standard on both versions, but a six- and seven-pew configuration can be optioned.
Buyers can also tick an $8500 option that will unlock full self-driving capability in a future update, which includes the ability to recognise and stop at traffic lights, autonomous driving on city streets and summoning of a parked vehicle.
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