The “green” car manufacturer Tesla has recently teased its Model X Crossover, ahead of its official unveiling in February.
As you can see from the image posted above, the Tesla Model X Crossover is following the lines of the Tesla Model S sedan, and even if the vehicle is currently being kept in the shadows, it promises to be the start of a possible production version. The Tesla Model X Crossover will show the company’s vision on the future and even if the vehicle won’t hit the production line, it will still be an important creation coming from the automaker.
According to Tesla, the Model X Crossover will be officially unveiled at the company’s design studio in California, on the 9th of February, 2012, and this has been announced by the manufacturer on its official Twitter page. Rumors say that the Tesla Model X Crossover will be made on a modified version of the Model S’ platform and it’s expected to be powered by the same 40 kWh battery. The sedan variant can do up to 125 mph and it has a range of 160 miles, but the Model X Crossover will obviously be larger, so those numbers will decrease. If the Tesla Model X will make it into production, the crossover might go on sale sometime in 2013.