What Separates Tesla Model X 100D
When searching for what makes the Tesla Model X 100D special among all other variants in the Model X range, it is worth noting that the range itself started off back in 2016 with a two-way offer of a more budget, less speed/range 75D variant on par with the P100D that had it all yet a higher price tag accordingly.
Naturaly, being an innovative company it is Tesla made sure that as this Tesla Model X 100D variant superseded the last year’s P100D in 2017, that it will boast even more features and better specs, just as well as an even better price included into it.
Talking specific metrics, the changes come down to things like the electric range and acceleration. The 100D version can be proud that it outperforms the predecessing P100D—it boasts an EPA-estimated 295 miles of range, thanks to its potent, 100.0-kWh battery pack which in 2017 made it the longest range EV at the time. The metric was is six miles further than the P100D and a significant 57 miles more than the 75D version. Talking acceleration,it shows a very decent, middle-of-thre-road 4.7-second zero-to-60-mph time. It also has a wider cabin for the passenger’s comfort, making it something to appreciate.
Adressing a just as important topic of recharging, the Model X’s battery pack across all variants is using a 240-volt household outlet. However you can easily speed this up by plugging in ita Tesla Supercharger station as it will provide an extra 115 miles of driving range in about 15 minutes or a full charge, done in an hour and a half.