Tesla's 'Base' Model X Starts At $81,200 Before Incentives
After Tesla is done delivering Founders and Signature editions of its Model X SUV, the company will offer a 70D model later next year with a 220 mile range for $80,000 plus $1,200 for shipping. A 90D, with a range of 257 miles and quicker sprint up to 60 mph, will be offered as well, but the company hasn’t disclosed how much that will cost.
Automotive News reported that the automaker updated its online configurator for potential customers to configure their base cars. A 70D Model X with every option checked tops out around $100,000.
The public Model X page only lists the 90D as deliverable next year, which Automotive News speculated could mean that the company may make the 70D available later in the year or 2017.
Tesla may need to sell 500,000 cars by 2020 to meet projected goals by shareholders.
According to pictures posted by potential Model X owners, the list of configurable options includes seating for seven ($4,000) or seating for six ($3,000). Seating for five people is standard in the Model X.
Tech upgrades include AutoPilot ($2,500) and a suite of premium features such as bioweapons-grade air filtration, automatic powered driver’s door and ventilated front seats ($4,500), and ultra-premium audio ($2,500).
Air suspension is $2,500, but will be standard on 90D models. Tesla’s cold-weather package ($1,000) and towing package for up to 5,000 pounds ($750) are also included in the online configurator.
A similarly optioned Model S 70D would cost $87,700 before tax incentives including $1,200 for shipping.
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