Tesla is doing just well with its Models X vehicles in the United States, but the carmaker has recently announced its intentions of introducing a cheaper entry-level Model X, the 70D, which would suit all its customers` needs.
The Model X 70D will be available from $80,000, which is quite cheap, as opposed to the top of the line P90D, available already on the market at $132,000.
Even if we are dealing here with an entry-level trim, the X 70D is not cheap when it comes to power. It packs a 70 kWh battery pack, which is enough for a total of 220 mile driving range.
The Tesla Model X 70D is quite fast, managing to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in a good 6.0 seconds. On the other hand, the next in line 90D, sprints the same straight line in 4.8 seconds.
The Model X is a real exclusive model, as it comes with a wide choice of packages, each one at the right price. For instance, the towing package costs $750, the cold weather package $1,000, adjustable air suspension $2,500, or the Autopilot package available at the same $2,500.