It looks like today’s the first day of deliveries for the refreshed Model X at a very small event where a handful of vehicles were delivered to new customers. Let’s take a peek inside!

TMC Forum user sunnyvaletree uploaded the above image of the delivery and added a short video below of the event and the inside of his new car.

The dashboard is very similar to the refreshed Model S, with obvious Model X differences including a huge glass windshield, taller space, Falcon Wing doors, etc. The examples at this event seem to be six-seat versions. We have yet to witness five or seven-seat Model X refreshes.

This particular model build was close to $100,000 and delivered after 2:00 p.m. Fremont time.

In addition, Tesla now has a video up on the walkthrough of the new Model X.

Currently, Model X lead times are significant, with the Long Range version estimated at almost a year out, at September 2022, with Plaid set for a still long lead time of July 2022.

Some Model X Plaids were also seen in Fremont with what looked like new brakes (as well as near SpaceX in Los Angeles):

In related news, Tesla stopped offering wood trims for Model S Plaid today. It is unclear if this is a permanent decision or something provoked by supplies shortages.

Update: Tesla official Twitter account:

What do you think of the new Model X interior? Worth the wait?

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