Tesla Model X Overview Updated March 20, 2017

Tesla Model X

The first all-electric SUV

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October 2013 - March 2017

The Tesla Model X is the first all-electric SUV and the second vehicle released on Tesla’s second generation platform.

Tesla Model X Stories March 20

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Tesla’s fleet keeps racking up mileage. Back in October, we reported on Tesla reaching the 3 billion electric mile milestone and the company’s global fleet has managed to add 500 million in less than 3 months – bringing the total to 3.5 billion in December.

Over the weekend, the fleet reached another milestone on “the Road to the Next Billion”: 4 billion miles. expand full story

Tesla Model X Stories March 19

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The instant torque of electric vehicles is not only great because it’s fun, but it can also be safer if you know how to use it. The most common example is when overtaking a vehicle on the highway, but if you have a quick reaction time, it can also move you away from an impending crash. expand full story

Tesla Model X Stories March 17

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The interior of Tesla’s vehicles often comes up as a weak link for the company – especially for people coming from other luxury brands.

A few custom tuners have taken this as an opportunity to offer modifications, like a Model S modified with a BMW’s interior. Now we get to see a Model X with an interior inspired by Bentley’s. expand full story


Tesla Model X Stories March 15

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We spoke too soon last month when we reported that “the controversy around Tesla’s undisclosed performance restrictions is finally truly coming to an end” as the automaker was deploying a new update to seemingly remove those restrictions.

As it turns out, the update was interpreted poorly by most people, myself included. Since the latest update, every owner of a Tesla performance car (Model S/X P85D, P90D, P100D) can access the full power of their vehicle, but they have to use ‘Launch Mode’. It’s now the only way to reach max power. expand full story

Last week, we reported on deliveries of Tesla’s new Model S and X 100D being delayed by a few weeks even though some of the vehicles were sitting in Tesla’s parking lots in stores and service centers. The problem was with the EPA’s certification for the vehicle.

We now learn that the issue has been resolved and Tesla started deliveries of the first few Model S/X 100D units. expand full story

Tesla Model X Stories March 9

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Since Tesla is equipping all its vehicles with the same sensor suite for self-driving, the company doesn’t have the luxury to install racks of sensors hanging around its cars like other firms developing self-driving technology only on test vehicles.

Instead, they are putting a lot of effort into integrating the sensors, which became clear with the cameras on the second-generation Autopilot hardware suite. But they went even one step further with their latest ultrasonic sensors. expand full story


Tesla Model X Stories February 24

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The 89th Academy Awards will take place this Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California, and as usual, celebrities are expected to arrive on the red carpet in limousines and luxurious vehicles.

Tesla vehicles, both the Model S and X, could be the most popular among them this year thanks to a new all-Tesla limo service financed by Morgan Freeman. expand full story

Tesla Model X Stories February 7

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Tesla’s in-car internet browser is bad. Almost unusable. An upcoming software update is expected to improve it significantly and it could change the way Tesla owners use their large 17-in center screen since, as a new study shows, a strong majority of Tesla owners currently don’t even use the browser.

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Tesla Model X Stories February 6

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The Tesla Model X is not your average electric vehicle. I am not only talking about the Flacon Wing doors or the fact that it’s a SUV capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. It’s also the first electric vehicle with a decent towing capacity.

While most people are using the towing capacity to tow boats or trailers, some are finding more out-of-the-box ways to use the vehicle. expand full story


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