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You are probably tired of rampant speculations and whispers about Tesla introducing the 2017 Model X. We are honored to tell you that the Model X will finally be put on sale, sooner than you thought. The carmaker CEO confirmed that the vehicle would arrive very soon and described all its features in details. He also confirmed that the Model X will be one of the safest, cleanest, and practical models in the history of automotive industry. According to him, the Model X will embarrass all other sports cars regarding speed. Well, this might sound like a lot to chew on, but the disruptive and powerful carmaker such as Tesla could do anything. The Tesla Model X will be based on the Model S platform. It will sit up seven occupants at the time. All about the 2017 Tesla Model X sounds pretty wild, right? Continue reading if you want to find out more juicy details.

2017 Tesla Model X Exterior

As soon as the carmaker revealed its Model X concept, car enthusiasts, experts, and the automotive world, in general, were completely amazed but intrigued as well. Who wouldn’t be? Its exterior design is a significant departure from everything that the carmaker offered earlier. When people saw the concept, most of them thought that some of the outrageous features won’t make it to the production variant, but Tesla zipped everyone’s lip when it pulled covers off the production model. Yep, those outrageous features made it to the production version after all.

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2017 Tesla Model X Exterior View

The vehicle comes with a minimalistic teardrop shape, low nose, rounded front end, and most interestingly sins grille. Another noticeable feature of the Model X is its automatic spoiler which extends or retracts depending on the vehicle’s speed. The windshield of the vehicle is a sizeable piece of glass for which the carmaker claims that it offers outward visibility as a helicopter. The most interesting part of the Model X comes in the form of the falcon rear doors. The doors not only look cool, but they’re also pretty practical too.

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Tesla Model X 2017 Interior

The cabin of the newcomer offers a good deal of space for your stuff and companion as well. Three rows of seats accommodate seven passengers totally. Each of the seats is individual and offers great support and comfort. Three color schemes are available including Tan Leather, Ultra White, and Black Leather. A unique feature which other carmakers do not offer in their models is so called HEPA.

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2017 Tesla Model X Interior

It is air filter for which the carmaker claims it can clean air and remove pollen, viruses, and bacteria. Other features on offer are a 17-inch touch-sensitive screen, real-time traffic navigation, 17-speaker sound system, forward-looking camera, sonar and radar, and much more.

2017 Tesla Model X Motor

As you already know, the Model X is a full-electric model, and it is offered in two configurations, the 90D, and P90D. Both of them include two electric motors and drive either front or rear wheels. The computer is in charge of distributing torque. Both configurations include a 90-kWh battery and can go up to 250 miles without recharging.

2017 Tesla Model X Front View Falcon Doors

The only difference between the two is speed. The 90D configuration is good for 259 hp from both electric motor and hits 60 mph in 4.8 seconds. The performance-oriented P90D configuration comes with 259 horses in the front electric motor and 503 horses in the rear motor. It hits 60 mph in 3.2 seconds.

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2017 Tesla Model X

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You are probably tired of rampant speculations and whispers about Tesla introducing the 2017 Model X. We are honored to tell you that the Model X will finally be put on sale, sooner than you thought. The carmaker CEO confirmed that the vehicle would arrive very soon and described all its features in details.

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