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Tesla sells out of the Model X Signature in the US, won’t offer 2 wheel drive version



Tesla recently made some changes to its Model X Crossover order page. The electric automaker capped its Model X Performance sales in the US (still available as of this writing in Europe) and also eliminated the Model X 2WD version.

What’s left is the Model X performance and Model X AWD both of which need a $5000 deposit. As of now Tesla expects to deliver the first Model X’s in late 2014 but those ordered now won’t get delivered until 2015.


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