While Tesla is debuting the Model X in Europe this week at the Geneva Motor Show, the automaker invited Signature Model X reservation holders in Europe to configure their vehicle, and in doing so, it revealed the all-electric SUV’s European pricing.

Some early reservation holders are surprised by the price and took to the forums to discuss the situation, which varies country by country.

TMC board member and Model X EU Signature #44 reservation holder pjhartog reports that the X P90D starts at €162,000 ($176,000) versus $132,000 in the US.

In Germany, a fully loaded Model X P90D will reportedly cost €172,000 ($187,000).

The price are significantly more expensive than in the US after accounting for exchange rates, but of course they include VAT as it’s required in Europe.

Tesla is expected to start shipping Model X’s in Europe during the second half the year.

You can visit the TMC thread which is being updated by reservation holders with pricing per country.

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