Tesla Model X Crossover Coming on February 9

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The Tesla Model X crossover, a vehicle that has gathered a lot of attention ever since the first unofficial report linked to it surfaced, is now getting closer to its arrival, with the vehicle set to be unveiled on February 9.
However, the vehicle will not make its debut at the Chicago Auto Show. According to Auto Guide, Tesla will unveil the crossover at its California-based design studio. While the reveal date is certain, we’ll take the location info with a grain of salt.

The Model X will be underpinned by a modified version of the Model S sedan and should come with a luxury topping, which means that, for example, the interior will be flooded with premium goodies. The announced date for the launch of the Model X is approaching fast and we can be pretty sure that more info on the vehicle will make its way online meanwhile.
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