Tesla has recently announced that the Model X Crossover will be officially presented to the public on February 9, 2012.
According to the “green” car manufacturer, the Model X Crossover has been scheduled to make its debut on the 9th of February, and the event has been officially announced by the company’s CEO, Elon Musk. The debut of the Tesla Model X Crossover will happen at the automaker’s design studio in California and even if the model has been officially announced, it’s very hard to say yet whether the vehicle will be a concept or a full production vehicle.
The fact that Tesla will introduce the Model X Crossover on February 9, 2012, has also been announced on the company’s official Twitter page, but even so, there’s no official word on it yet. Rumors say that the Model X Crossover will be manufactured on a modified version of the Model S platform and it’s expected to be powered by the same 40 kWh battery. The sedan version 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 are expected to decrease. If it makes it into production, the crossover might go on sale sometime in 2013.