Two Model X Crossovers Spotted at a Supercharger, They Look Ready to Meet Buyers

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As we wait for Tesla Motors to start Model X deliveries on September 29, as announced on Twitter by CEO Elon Musk, test prototypes are captured on video as they roam the streets in California.
A few days ago, Tesla Motors sent private invitations to those buyers who reserved a Tesla Model X Signature Edition, allowing them to use the Design Studio and configure their car.

But this didn't mean Tesla would stop testing their cars prior to deliveries being kicked-off, and we have a video to back this up.

Someone spotted two Model X all-electric crossovers wandering around the Supercharger site in Atascadero, California. Over the past weeks, we've seen several Model X cars roaming on public roads. Some came wrapped in what looked like transport protection covers, while some featured unaligned falcon doors.

The two vehicles you're about to see in the video below seem pretty production-ready to us. I mean, just look at their overall appearance and finish suggesting they're ready to meet customers.

Also, the falcon doors seem to be aligned, and there's no sign of camouflage or protection covers on the two Model Xs.

Model X Signature Edition

Courtesy of a set of pictures posted on Tesla Motors Club, we could finally find out what the Model X will offer. Of course, the details were only referring to the Signature Edition.

However, we can tell you the Model X Signature Edition costs $132,000, but for a fully-equipped model clients could pay as much as $144,000.

The Model X can also support Tesla's Ludicrous Mode, but that comes with a $10,000 price tag. However, for this amount of money, you'll end up with an all-electric crossover that can go from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 3.2 seconds. Without it, the Model X can still reach 60 mph from a standstill in under four seconds; 3.8 seconds, to be more precise.

The Model X will also be capable of towing stuff. For example, Tesla is offering the an optional towing pack that allows the crossover to tow up to 5,000 lbs (2,268 kg) worth of boats, ATVs, and whatnot.

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