autoevolution

TESLA Model X Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 2
First production year: 2015
Engines: Electric
Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)
 

2021 - Present

Tesla unveiled the Model X in September 2015 after a few delays. Still, it impressed customers with its new features and astonishing performance. In 2021, Tesla introduced a facelifted version of the Model X and improved the vehicle in many areas to make the car even more attractive to customers. Thus, the front fascia with horizontally-mounted fog lamps. In addition, the vertical side scoops from the bumper were slimmer. Last but not least, it ditched the chromed trims on the car's exterior. Inside, the most striking difference was on the dashboard, where the instrument cluster w...

full description and technical specifications
electric:

  TESLA Model X Long Range AWD 100 kWh (670 Hp)

  TESLA Model X Plaid Dual Motor AWD 100 kWh (1020 HP)

 

2015 - 2021

After the successful Model S electric sedan, the Model X came on the market as the first SUV from Tesla Motors. At the time of its launch, it was the quickest SUV on the market. The electric shock of the electric cars built by Tesla gathered more attention with the electric SUV. It was a true statement for electric mobility. Unlike many other cars on the market, it was built to carry up to seven people inside on medium-long journey in comfort and serenity. Tesla Model X was the most aerodynamic SUV in the world with a drag coefficient of just 0.25. There were many sports cars that cou...

full description and technical specifications
electric:

  TESLA Model X 75D AWD (333 HP)

  TESLA Model X 90D AWD (525 HP)

  TESLA Model X P100D (613 HP)

  TESLA Model X P100D AWD (680 HP)

  TESLA Model X P90D (762 HP)