The Tesla Model X is unrivaled in the EV market in terms of its ability to deliver performance, range, and cargo capacity.
I first drove the Tesla Model X in 2015 shortly before it was unveiled to the public.
Nearly three years later, I decided to take the Model X on a road trip and try out the Tesla Supercharger network.
We were impressed by both the Tesla Model X and the company network of fast chargers.
The base Tesla Model X 75D starts at $79,500 while our fully-loaded Model X P100D carried an as-tested price of $163,250.
Tesla unveiled the production Model X SUV in the shadows of its Fremont, California factory on September 29, 2015.
A few hours before the festive event where the Tesla-faithful convened to hear their almighty leader preach the gospel of Falcon Wing doors and Bio-Weapon Defense Mode, I became one of the first people in the world to drive the Model X.
Since then, Tesla’s crossover SUV has become a benchmark in the industry. As a large premium electric crossover SUV, it inhabits a segment all by itself.
It truly doesn’t have any direct rivals. There are no other EVs out there that can match the Model X in terms of performance, range, and cargo capacity.
Nearly three years have passed since I last drove the Model X. So I figured a road trip from Northern New Jersey to Wilmington, Delaware would be a good opportunity to check out a new Model X P100D and get reacquainted with the Tesla SUV.
In addition, the 120-mile drive would finally give me the opportunity to try out Tesla’s vaunted Supercharger network.
Although I’ve spent plenty of time behind the wheel of Tesla’s Model …read more
Source:: Business Insider