All-wheel drive through the dual-motor setup are standard features for all three, as are the Falcon Wing Doors, inspired by grandpa Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing. Although Tesla highlights that the "Model X is designed from the ground up", we beg to differ after finding out the capacities of the batteries on offer. Furthermore, don't expect any big differences over the D-ified Model S in combined output and range.
With seating for seven occupants and the "uncompromised performance of an electric car," the $90,000-plus (€76,080+) Tesla Model X will boast with an output in between 376 horsepower and 362 lb-ft (490 Nm) for the 60 kWh and 691 horsepower and 685 lb-ft (931 Nm) of twist for the 85 kWh Performance.
In terms of range on a full charge, the Tesla Model X 60 kWh will be able to manage around 225 miles (362 km), while the mid-range 85 kWh (not the 85 kWh Performance) will manage 295 miles (474 km). Lastly, if you place an order on a 2016 Tesla Model X, the "delivery estimate for new reservations is early 2016."