Tesla Model X Crossover Nearly Ready for Production

Tesla Model X Crossover Nearly Ready for Production

The Tesla Model X is scheduled to enter production late next year, and according to the brand’s chief designer, the automaker is putting its finishing touches on the crossover.

In a recent interview, Tesla’s chief designer, Franz von Holzhausen, revealed that the Model X is nearly ready for production and is getting its “last aerodynamic subtleties.” In other words, Tesla is working on very minor changes “millimeter by millimeter.”

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The Model X production was reportedly delayed so the company could focus on the Model S. The electric crossover originally made its debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show and it’s believed that its design will receive minor changes from its concept shown here.

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[Source: Electrek]

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