Telsa Motors delivered the first of its long-awaited Model X electric sports-utility vehicles on Tuesday, a product investors are counting on to make the pioneering company profitable after years of losses.
The Model X is powered by twin electric motors, with the standard car able to accelerate from 0-100km/h in 4.8 seconds, while one equipped with the ‘Ludicrous’ package can do it in a ridiculous 3.3 seconds, or roughly the same time as an Audi R8 supercar. Remember this is a seven-seater SUV around the same size as a Mazda CX-9 or Audi Q7.
The company has not disclosed pricing for the base model, but Musk said that in the future, there would be a “lower-cost” Model X.
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