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Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

Most buyers are looking more for tech features than luxury, though, and the Model X can be optioned with the feature that is possibly the most buzzworthy: Autopilot. Tesla’s semi-autonomous driving mode uses several cameras, multiple sensors, and radars to detect objects, people, and other vehicles and uses them to pilot the Model X under its own power. The Model X also offers a Summon feature that allows the user to park or retrieve the SUV from tight spots while standing outside—a feature that seems gimmicky but proved necessary thanks to the silly top-hinged doors. For more information about the Model X’s crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:

  • Standard automated emergency braking
  • Standard lane-departure warning
  • Available adaptive cruise control with semi-autonomous driving mode


EV Motor, Power, and Performance

The base Model X comes standard with two electric motors—one at the front axle and one at the rear—which enables all-wheel-drive capability. This setup is plenty swift and Tesla claims a zero-to-60-mph time of 3.8 seconds. The 1020-hp three-motor Plaid high-performance variant is boasts a claimed zero-to-60-mph time of 2.5 seconds, but we haven’t verified its acceleration times at our test track yet. When we tested the Model S Plaid—the Model X’s sedan platform- mate—it managed a viscera-compressing 2.1-second zero-to-60-mph time. Handling is respectable, but the Model X’s party trick is the strong acceleration generated by its electric motors.

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Model X SUV Trunk and Cargo Space

Thanks to the fact that the Model X does not have an engine, the front offers a useful frunk for storage. This is enough space for one carry-one suitcase and perhaps a soft bag as well. Cargo space will then vary depending on whether or not you’ve opted for 3 rows of seats, but expect around 13 cubic feet of space behind a third row if a third row is specified. In total, the Model X has a commendable 91 cubes of space including all covered storage and when the SUV is in its most spacious configuration.

In the cabin, the center armrests up front provides a pair of cupholders while narrow door pockets can fit wallets and keys – just remember not to leave anything in the rear before opening those Falcon Wing doors. An additional pair of cupholders is provided for each of the rear rows too, and there’s enough space in the front storage bins for your phone and other items.

2022 Tesla Model X Exterior

Tesla’s design philosophy is based on simplicity and this carries through to the Model X SUV. The newest model has received some subtle recent updates like cleaner, smoother detailing for the lower front bumper but otherwise, the basic shape has aged remarkably well. LED headlights and fog lights feature on a smooth and simple front end but, one of the most notable features is the panoramic windshield that is the largest on any production vehicle. Flush door handles and smooth creases define the profile, while 20-inch Cyberstream wheels fill the smooth arches, although 22-inch Turbine wheels in a dark finish are available. At the rear, a deployable spoiler can be fitted, while the roof features two individual rear-seat sunroofs.

Tesla Model X Colors

Tesla Model X Colors

Tesla Model X is available in 5 different colors – Red, Pearl White, Solid Black, Grey Mettalic, Blue Metallic.

Pearl White
Pearl White
Solid Black
Solid Black
Grey Mettalic
Grey Mettalic
Blue Metallic
Blue Metallic

Equipment, options accessories

The Tesla Model X is lavishly equipped, whether you choose the Long Range or Plaid version. All have air-suspension, those eye-catching ‘falcon wing’ rear doors, a vast panoramic windscreen and sunroof, heated seats, keyless entry and drive and sat nav for the enormous standard screen.

You can choose to have five, six or seven seats. Opting for five means you get a conventional layout, with a three-person bench and a massive boot, which is the default, no-cost setup. The six-seat layout is the ‘executive' option, with a 2+2+2 arrangement that prioritises space for those in the middle. The seven-seat option gives you an MPV-like layout suited to carrying several children.

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