Tesla’s Model X ‘Signature’ will set you back $132,000
Some future buyers of Tesla Motors Inc.’s Model X are configuring their vehicles this week, as details about the electric-car maker’s much-awaited SUV emerge.
Among the highlights: A Model X “Signature” edition will cost $132,000 and as much as $144,000 with upgrades such as the “ludicrous speed” mode. The car will be able to go 240 miles between charges, 7 miles more than a Model S P85D, the sedan’s top of the line, which starts at $108,000 but can also go north of $140,000 with upgrades.
The Model X Signature will be able to zoom to 60 miles an hour in 3.8 seconds, a tad slower than the Model S P85D’s 3.1 seconds to accomplish that same acceleration. The Model X top speed of 155 mph is the same as the Model S P85D and others.
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