Dear Model X reservation holders,
Falcon wing doors, all-wheel drive, and the most stylish way to combine an SUV’s utility with a sports car’s performance. Model X will be a production car that exceeds the promises made when we first showed the concept. In the fall, we’ll start building Model X prototypes on a newly expanded and integrated production line at our factory in Fremont, CA. The first Model X cars for you, our reservation holders, will be produced starting in early 2015.
We’re pleased to confirm that the falcon wing doors will be a defining feature of this exceptional car. Not only do these doors look amazing, but they also make getting in and out of the Model X so much easier than would a conventional front-hinged door. You can even do it standing up.
We’ll also deliver a level of functionality and practicality that will exceed what you saw on the concept vehicle. We can confirm that all-wheel drive will come standard for Model X, and you’ll have the option to add a third row of seats to carry more passengers. You’ll also be able to fold down the second and third rows to create a flat platform for storage. When it comes to charging and long distance drives, Model X will be able to take full advantage of our rapidly growing Supercharger network.
These features combine to offer power, speed, and space – all packaged in an all-electric vehicle that looks and drives like it comes from the future.
We’ll have more to say about Model X in the coming months, so stay tuned for updates. Thank you for your confidence in Tesla.
If this is a form letter, sent to all reservation holders, it could be bad news because the latest previous Model X delay put deliveries at the end of this year, not some time in ‘early 2015’. Also one of the images of the Model X has rear view mirrors and the other has cameras. WTF
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