Tesla Model X Performance

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Model Info
Make: Tesla
Year(s): 2019, 2020
Price/Value

Cost per mile of range: $326.5 per mile

(Base price divided by total range)

Power
Horsepower: 476 hp
Torque: 555 lb/ft
Convience
Seats: 7
Tesla Model X Performance
Body Type = SUV
Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) grew in popularity in the early 1990s due to the Ford Explorer making insane sales figures. However, due to their gas-guzzling qualities, their popularity wained over time, but with the advent of electric vehicles (EVs) hitting the market, EV SUVs have grown in popularity once again due to the Tesla Model X and Audi e-Tron SUVs being perceived well by critics and fans alike.
AWD
Drive Train = AWD
All wheel drive. or AWD for short, vehicles can send power to the front or rear axels of the car. Most common in areas of the world with poor roads and weather because of the extra traction AWD cars provide. Generally more expensive to produce and maintain, AWD cars tend to be used as necessary for high performance or off-road vehicles that need the extra grip and traction all wheel drive provides.

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Tesla Model X Performance Overview

What Separates Tesla Model X Performance

Being a top-of-the-line variant for all the Tesla Model X range, the Performance version came out back in 2018 and boasted all the great things other Model X variants included with new and improved ones tossed into the mix.

Talking specific metrics, the comparison between the Tesla Model X Performance and the predecessing variant Tesla Model X 100D comes down to acceleration, the electric range, charging time and additionaal minor ones looking pretty major nevertheless.

So as the older generation cars like the Tesla Model X Long Range could sprint from zero to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds, the Performance version can make the dash in just under 2.7 seconds – surely making it the fastest in the Model X range. Also the Model X Long Range has an EPA-estimated driving range of 328 miles which by far outperforms previous ones.

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.

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About The Model X
The Tesla Model X Range Having been known as 'the' brand advocating for an EV revolution worldwide, Tesla has surely put these belifes into practice over the years. This becomes apparent as soon as you assess the Model X range even briefly. Just take in its immaculately simplistic yet stylish design, a powerful enough for a long ride out and about Dual Motor AWD and pretty compact curb weight for a mid-size category vehicle. All of this alone, being just a small increment of the features included, is exactly what makes the range of Tesla Model X such a great 5-door SUV example of how an EV can be just as good (or better) than a comparable price/class car running on gas. This is especially impressive as this is marketed as a soccer mom solution for an EV car but boy, does it outcompete othre mid-size and even  some full-size cars in what it has to offer! Speaking of running, absolutely very few other EVs in this price range can compare to what makes this car run and how far and fast can it get you anywhere. Highlighted by its engine, the Model X has been available with four lithium-ion battery packs, rated at either 60, 75, 90, or 100 kW·h. Talking ignition, it packs a punch by how one of the range variants Tesla Model X P100D can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph (0 to 97 km/h) in mere 2.7 seconds which, if it matters, beats out most regular SUVs and even sports cars. Besides the starting power, when the journey has already begun, its all-wheel drive with 2 motors will deliver you as far as the official EPA rated range of up to 325 mi (523 km) without a recharge. The technical advancements Tesla Model X  boasts in comparison to say Model S have all been applied to make technology a main feature if not a making this level of tech inside seem mundane. The featrures such as: Quick, clear 17-inch touchscreen Automatic emergency braking Autopilot suite of driver-assistance features# Supercharging make it all but impossible not to enojy driving this futuristic and safety-centric of a car. Don't forget about the looks - as Tesla found a way to provide the Model X range with a pretty unique, seen right away type of a signature - the falcon wings doors for passenger access in a truly grand style.
Tesla Model X Performance
About Tesla
After succesfully launching their newest at the time model range - Tesla Model 3 at over 300 thousand reservations in just one week it was clear that the EV affordability revolution started by Tesla back in 2012 with Model S has become a full-blown reality. Since then their sedan sized Model S and X and smaller Model 3 and Y have dominated the market as the top performance cars with the prices becoming more and more affordable and out of competitors' reach by the variant.
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Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Tesla Model X Performance

The 0-60 time of this car is 2.7 seconds.
Yes it is available for sale now.

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