Tesla Model X Interior, Specs and Price - The Most Expensive Tesla To Date

Mar 17, 2017 07:10 AM EDT | Ileen Jasmine

The Tesla Model X is probably the most interesting SUB on today's market. It is not just a modern car, it is the modern car.

This SUV from Tesla is more advanced than the Model S, and it is the biggest, most expensive car from the company to date. The Tesla Model X is an all-electric seven-seater for the whole family.

It boasts a unique design quite different to its other siblings. It is a low and round SUV and with its blank-looking front and small mustache grille.

In a report by Auto Express, the company stated that this unusual design just might be a turnoff for some people. Especially since the blank nose looks a bit unfinished.

Aside from its bizarre front design, the boot spoiler looks a little bit awkward, too. Compared to other SUVs, the Model X does look unconventional.

Inside, however, is a different story. The Tesla Model X interior design looks very much similar to that of the Model S.

Its dashboard is equipped with a couple of huge touchscreens for the driver to alter the settings. It also has a 17-inch portrait display situated in the middle and the second screen is behind the wheel.

The Tesla Model X interior has plenty of space. It has 2,367 liters of luggage space with all the seats folded.

As for the powertrain, Tesla recently replaced the entry level 60kWh battery pack from the range with the 75kWh for the new starter model 75D. A 90kWh car will also be available and it will come with two different specifications.

The first is the standard 90D has the 303-mile range and is capable of going 0 to 60 in just 4.8 seconds. It also boasts a top speed of 155 miles per hour. The other Model X will also come with a 100kWh battery pack which allows the car to go from 0 to 60 in just 2.9 seconds. It's got a 336-mile range.

The Tesla Model X price might be too expensive, according to critics. It's base price kicks off at $80000.

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