You can now get your hands on a Tesla Model X for a little as $80,000. Yes, the entry-level 70D electric crossover is only about $5,000 more than the most basic Model S sedan.
So here’s what you get with the 70D model. It gets an estimated cruising range of 220 miles on a full charge. Power comes from 70-kilowatt-hour battery pack and it takes 6.0 seconds to go from zero to 60 mph. Five seats come standard with the base 70D model. However, drivers can bump up to a six-seat configuration for $3,000 and up to seven for $4,000.
There are a bunch of other options, too, including Autopilot for $2,500. There’s also a towing package for $750, cold weather package for $1,000, premium audio system for $2,500, adjustable air suspension for $2,500 and premium upgrades bundle for $4,500.
As for the models we already knew about, the P90D model starts $132,000 and the Ludicrous-enabled Model X P90D Founder Edition at $142,000. Both come with a 90-kilowatt-hour battery pack and can hit 155 mph. The P90D performance model gets a 250 mile range. It accelerates from zero to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds and in 3.2 seconds with available Ludicrous Speed. The P gets its kick from 503 rear motor horsepower and 259 horses up front. The regular 90D model cruises an estimated range of 257 miles. It goes from zero to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds. It packs 259 horsepower in the front and rear.
One feature all the models share of course are Falcon Wing rear doors which come standard on all X models. The doors can open fully even in tight spaces. They feature special built in sensors that automatically adjust the arc of the opening for each space. This allows for easy access of the second and rear seats in any parking situation.
General delivery for the P90D model begins early next year. The P90 will begin shipping out mid-2016 with the 70D following later in the year.