The all-electric sport utility vehicle is up for order in the United Kingdom, where the cheapest version starts at £71,900 and the priciest will set back willing donors a cool £99,800.
The base offering for the Tesla Model X in Great Britain is the same as in the US – the 75D, which in return for the £71,900 listing price, will grant a 259 miles / 417 km (NEDC) range and will sprint to 60 mph (96 km/h) in six seconds before maxing out at 130 mph (209 km/h). For more range and even better performance, buyers can opt for the medium 90D (£82,400) which comes with a larger battery pack good for 90-kWh that will last on a single charge up to 303 miles (488 km). This variant will do the aforementioned sprint in 4.8 seconds and will run out of steam at 155 mph (250 km/h). Among the tricks and treats the 90D model brings we can also mention the standard Smart Air Suspension.
Going all out for the flagship P90D will set anyone back £99,800, coming with less range than the 90D at 290 miles (467 km). That’s because performance has been upgraded in this case to 3.8 seconds for the 60 mph sprint and even just 3.2 seconds if you go for the optional £8,700 Ludicrous mode. The electronic cap is again keeping tabs on the top speed, limited to 155 mph. There are numerous optional you can add to the Model X as well. For example, the seven-seat arrangement is £3,400, the Autopilot is £2,200, the same price being charged for the 7-speaker sound system with subwoofer. There’s also a Subzero Weather Package for £850 and the 3,900 Premium Upgrades Package that comes with LED fog lights, HEPA air filtration system, ventilated front seats, more leather, LED ambient lighting, dynamic LED turning lights, etc.