An optional third row of seats will offer Model X owners the ability to travel places with the entire family. Another neat feature is that the second and third rows of seats can be folded into the floor to create more space in case you need to haul a wardrobe or other bulky bits and bobs.
Compatible as standard with Tesla's growing Supercharger network, the pure-electric drive Model X promises to combine an "SUV's utility with a sports car's performance". Unfortunately, it's still unknown how much Tesla will charge you the heavily anticipated crossover and what to expect in terms of power and drive range.
Even though the manufacturer didn't want to say anything about how many people deposited at least $5,000 to be the first to get the Model X, in-house forecasts hint that 10,000 to 15,000 units will be built throughout 2015.