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Tesla Model X 2019 Most expensive Tesla ever | 2020 Cars Review

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Tesla Model X 2019 Most expensive Tesla ever | 2020 Cars Review

Tesla Model X


The Model X might be the greenest—and one of the fastest—way to tote up to seven people over hill and dale. As the crossover cousin to the brand's iconic Model S sedan, the X is actually practical, with all-wheel drive, a high-tech cabin with room for up to seven, and striking but fussy Falcon Wing doors.

Engines, Ride, and Handling

Tesla revamped the Model X lineup for 2019, dropping the familiar 75D, 100D, and P100D models in favor of a simplified structure. The base Model X comes equipped with a battery large enough to cover a claimed 250-mile driving range. Upgrading to the Long Range model unlocks a 325-mile estimated driving range; high-performance variant is also offered which comes with a 305-mile range and a claimed zero-to-60-mph time of 3.4 seconds. Not quick enough for you? For $20,000 more, Tesla will unlock the Model X's Ludicrous Mode which lowers the acceleration time to an incredible 2.7 seconds. Handling is respectable but the Model X's party piece is really the strong acceleration generated by its electric motors. Recharging is quick via one of Tesla's Superchargers, which are located across the country. Charging at home via a 240V or 120V connection will be slower, but may be more convenient for owners, so Tesla offers in-home charging equipment for purchase.

Interior and Technology

A stark and nearly buttonless interior design is classic Tesla. A huge touchscreen infotainment system dominates the dashboard and faux leather wraps everything from the seats to the door panels. The Model X's unique windshield/glass roof runs seamlessly from the base of the hood up over the front-seat passengers for a nearly uninterrupted view of what's ahead and what's above. Despite these whiz-bang features, the Model X's cabin leaves us wanting, especially considering its price can easily break the six-figure barrier, with non-descript air vents, misaligned panels, and flat-backed seats that don't offer enough adjustments. Most buyers are looking more for tech features than luxury, though, and the Model X can be optioned with the feature that is possibly the most buzzworthy: Autopilot. Tesla's semi-autonomous driving mode uses several cameras, multiple sensors, and radars to detect objects, people, and other vehicles and uses them to steer the Model X down the road under its own power. The Model X also offers a Summon feature that allows the user to park or retrieve the SUV from tight spots while standing outside—a feature that seems gimmicky but proved necessary thanks to the silly top-hinged doors.

The 2018 Tesla Model X 100D Feels Appropriately Futuristic

One of the more entertaining experiences we had with the Tesla Model X 100D was watching the front doors and "Falcon Wing" rear doors power themselves open and closed, choreographed to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra's "Wizards in Winter" blasting from the speakers, with the car's LED headlamps, fog lamps, and taillamps flashing and strobing along. That ranks among the numerous surreal moments we had with the Model X, which is a car that offers plenty of novelty. This audio/visual extravaganza is known as Holiday Show, and it's an Easter egg that Tesla snuck into the Model X via a late-2016 software update. Others include a Sketchpad mode for the giant 17.0-inch touchscreen; 007, which turns the vehicle's icon on the navigation screen into James Bond's famous Lotus Esprit submarine from The Spy Who Loved Me; and Santa Mode, in which the Autopilot monitor screen portrays the Model X as Santa's sleigh and other cars as reindeer. These are among the more whimsical things one gets to play with after shelling out six figures for an electric SUV.

But there are many other features and qualities that make the Model X interesting. Some are more gimmicky than others, but collectively they contribute to a character that can be described as fresh, digitized, and futuristic.

Falcon Wings

We have previously dedicated much space to explaining the benefits and drawbacks of the attention-getting Falcon Wing doors, and we won't belabor the discussion much beyond noting that once the novelty wears off, you must live with slow and cumbersome apertures t

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