Tesla’s third vehicle, the Model X crossover, is set to debut tonight at an event in California at 8pm Pacific.
The Model X rides on the same platform as the Model S and is expected to offer the same battery options, including a 90-kWh battery that will allow the Model X to sprint to 60 mph in less than four seconds and will give the crossover a 240-mile range.
So far, Tesla has only announced the details on the Model X Signature Series, which starts at a price of $133,200 and comes with the 90-kWh battery which provides a total of 503 hp. All-wheel drive is expected to be standard on all Model X crossovers.
Some of the available equipment on the all-electric Model X includes a hitch, power-folding and heated mirrors, an eight-year, infinite mile battery and drive unit warranty, automatic keyless entry, parking sensors, blind spot warning, automatic emergency braking and an automatically retracting rear spoiler. Every Model X will be fit with falcon wing doors, which open vertically, allowing easier ingress and egress to the rear seats.
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