23 Jul Tesla Model X P90D
The big Tesla. The one that seats seven and has every other firm on the planet that builds premium SUVs in a bit of a panic. Underneath, the architecture is similar to the Model S (massive battery pack, electric motors, aluminium chassis), but all Model X are four-wheel drive, so have twin electric motors, one driving each axle.
The flagship P100D costs £122,260. I’ll let you digest that for a second. So if you’re thinking that the Model X would be a perfect replacement for your Volvo XC90, you might want to consider the 90D (£87,335) or entry-level 75D (£76,880). And yes, that’s still more than an Audi SQ7, similar money to a Merc E63 wagon. It’s a hard car to nail down: visually akin to an overgrown hatchback, although the crossover tag probably suffices. Either way, not a car for going off road in, but onlookers absolutely love it. Rarely will getting in and out of the back of an SUV draw such a crowd
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