We Drove Tesla’s Crazy Fast Model X SUV


It’s spacious and comfortable like you’d expect of an SUV, all with a center of gravity low enough that it feels like driving a car much smaller than the Model X actually is. The Model X’s most obvious unique feature, particularly from the outside, is its rear, vertically opening doors — or “Falcon” doors, as Tesla calls them. The massive in-dash touch display feels just like that in the Model S, albeit with some slight spec improvements to improve clarity and touch sensitivity. At a price of at $130,000 (as configured; prices for other models besides the P90D will presumably come later), this Model X isn’t something everyone can/should/will rush out and order.

Bron: We Drove Tesla’s Crazy Fast Model X SUV