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 January 11
Tesla’s electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular with police departments all over the world, but now even a fire department got on board. expand full story
Tesla Model X Stories December 20, 2017
There are not many Tesla vehicles getting more use than Bjorn Nyland’s Model X. The longtime Tesla owner and YouTuber is always traveling with the vehicle around Europe and especially in Norway, where he lives.
But the vehicle has taking an even greater beating than usual in recent weeks as he started going off-road with the Model X and doing tug of war challenges with other large SUVs. expand full story
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Tesla Model X Stories December 3, 2017
Would you take your new $100,000+ electric car off-roading? Some people do it with their new Tesla Model X.
We have seen increasing use of the all-electric SUV off-road and the latest example comes from a Model X owner drifting off-road in the desert. expand full story
Tesla Model X Stories December 2, 2017
It’s not rare for automakers to buy vehicles from competitors in order to reverse-engineer or benchmark them as part of their R&D effort, but Mercedes-Benz reportedly used a particularly strange and arguably shady way to do it for the Tesla Model X. expand full story
Tesla Model X Stories November 10, 2017
Wheels and tires can affect the efficiency of any car regardless of the powertrain, but since there’s already so much concern (most of it unnecessary) around electric car range, it might be worth to look into the actual measurable impact.
Some newly released documents about Tesla’s Model S and Model X to the EPA help us better understand the impact of Tesla’s wheel size options on the efficiency of those EVs. expand full story
Tesla Model X Stories November 3, 2017
92-year-old driver experiences Tesla Model X and Autopilot after 60 years of driving Soviet-era cars
It can be a significant change for any driver coming from any internal combustion engine car to any electric vehicle, but what about coming from a 43-year-old Soviet-era car to a brand new Tesla Model X?
That’s exactly what a 92-year-old Estonian woman did when she experienced the Model X for the first time.
Tesla Model X Stories October 26, 2017
Tesla has been increasingly integrating its seat design and manufacturing for years now. The seats in the original Model S were one of the biggest weak points for owners used to luxury vehicles and the second-row seats in the Model X were a challenge.
Those issues pushed the company to integrate its seat design and manufacturing, which are generally outsourced in the industry.
A new report now gives some insights into Tesla’s manufacturing effort and the Model 3 seats. expand full story
Tesla Model X Stories October 21, 2017
Earlier this year, Tesla introduced new performance enhancements to Model S and Model X vehicles. The automaker never explained the impressive upgrade, which resulted in about 1-second faster 0 to 60 mph acceleration in almost all vehicle versions, beyond saying that it’s the result of both “software and hardware improvements.”
Now we learn that the company leveraged those improvements and they can implement them through a software update on some older Model S and X 75D vehicles for free. expand full story
Tesla Model X Stories October 12, 2017
Tesla has confirmed today a voluntary recall on 11,000 Model X vehicles manufactured between October 28, 2016, and August 16, 2017 due to an issue with the second-row seats. expand full story
Tesla Model X Stories September 26, 2017
The Tesla Model X has a lot of bells and whistle. One of those is the capability to open all the doors automatically – both the front doors and the Falcon Wing doors.
In a recent accident, that capability resulted in the doors opening automatically while the car was parked on the street and a truck was passing by. The truck completely ripped the door off the all-electric SUV.
Now the owner of the Model X and Tesla are arguing over what actually happened. expand full story