Tesla is still tuning the Model X’s options ahead of its launch scheduled for September 29th at the Fremont factory. Earlier this month, the company added an option for hitch accessories directly at the purchase of the vehicle in order to get around the limitations of the ‘Falcon Wing’ doors. Later, it updated the EPA-rated range to 250 miles for the P90D version of the all-electric SUV. Today we learn Tesla now added an option for a 6-seat configuration to the vehicle. A Signature Model X reservation holder posted the pictures from the Model X online design studio to the Tesla Motors ClubhItSdbk

According to the same reservation holder, there’s no apparent difference in pricing for the seat configuration.


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