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Tesla Model X P90D To Have 0–60 Time Of 3.8 Seconds (3.2 Seconds With Ludicrous Mode)

Tesla Model X P90D To Have 0–60 Time Of 3.8 Seconds (3.2 Seconds With Ludicrous Mode)
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Originally published on EV Obsession.

Note: This article has been updated a few times since publishing in order to add more images on the bottom.

We’re all crazy about Tesla Model X spy shots (see here, here, and here) as we wait for the big unveiling. However, Elon Musk previously stated that the design studio for the Model X would be live by the end of August… and the end of August is over, but I can’t see any design studio. Ah, but I’m not a Signature model reservation holder!

As it did with the Model S, Tesla has opened the website design studio up to Signature reservation holders before the rest. How do we know this for sure? A Norwegian reservation holder, Satheesh Varadharajan, dropped some screenshots in the Tesla Owners Club of Norway Facebook page (h/t Fred Lambert). Have a gander:

Satheesh Varadharajan model x
Tesla Model X design studio 1

Here’s a shot of the options you can put on a Model X:

Tesla Model X design studio 2

Note that Norwegian prices are different from US prices, since they include greater shipping costs. A new Tesla Model S owner in Norway posted a similar screenshot of his P85D and it came to over $144,000, so the prices for the Model X seem to be more or less the same, considering that a fully loaded Model X comes to ~$144,000.

By the way, if you’re a little jealous of the Signature Model X reservation holders, remember that they had to drop $40,000 instead of the $5,000 most reservation holders had to put down. “Everything comes with a price,” some people say.

Some interesting stats are that the Model X P90D will have:

  • 240 miles of range
  • A 0–60 mph time of 3.8 seconds, or 3.2 seconds with Ludicrous mode (making this the quickest SUV/CUV in history, I believe)
  • A top speed of 155 mph

The tow package adds $750, the subzero weather package adds $1,000, and Ludicrous Mode adds $10,000 (just like on the Model S).

Since you made it to the end, here are a few more shots from the design studio from the TMC forum:

model x 7

model x 5

White Interior X

Model X Signature 3

Model X Signature 2

Model X Signature 1

Model X Signature 6

Model X Signature 5

Model X Signature 4

Model X White

Model X Specs

Model X seats 2

Model X seats 1

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