2018 Tesla Model X Reviewed From The UK In RHD – Videos


AUG 12 2017 BY MARK KANE 3

Carwow recently tested the 2018 Tesla Model X 100D (at least that is what Carwow is calling it anyway) in the UK), in a very comprehensive and actually fairly entertaining review.

Tesla Model X charging

Despite some minor drawbacks, the overall insights on the X are positive:

“Nothing on the road looks quite like a Tesla Model X. It’s not just imposing, its falcon wing doors are downright stunning, but what’s it like once you get underneath its all-electric skin? I take an in-depth look at this futuristic seven-seater to see if it’s the way forward or just a diversion.”

Below: Two more bonus videos, focused on the interior, infotainment and practicality of the Model X, which is important for those considering a purchase.

Tesla Model X 2018 interior and infotainment review

The Tesla Model X comes with one of the biggest touchscreens ever fitted to a new car. Its portrait layout makes it look and feel just like a massive smartphone but is it just as easy to use or will it drive you up the wall? I find out as I take an in-depth look around this electric SUV’s cabin, and check out those eye-catching falcon wing doors.

Tesla Model X 2018 practicality review

The Tesla Model X looks great and comes with stunning futuristic falcon wing doors but do they make it more practical or a nightmare to live with? I take a look through its plush, seven-seater cabin to find out just how easy it is to fit a child seat, how much luggage you can fit in the boot and whether its cubby spaces are huge or hardly worth using.

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3 Comments on "2018 Tesla Model X Reviewed From The UK In RHD – Videos"

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Yeah they still need to work on some stuff.
Although the 7 seater is always going to have an obstructed view, get the six, more view, more room, less money.

I think that Tesla will extend the life of the already long-in-the-tooth, life of the car fleet.
It’s expensive, in fact all Tesla’s are, so people will be disinclined to make such a big purchase again.
The car updates and improves over time, certain aspects of it’s operation, and it’s major components will last a long time, so people will hang onto them longer.
I could be where over time, as Tesla penetration increases so would the length of life of fleet turnover, perhaps to 20 years eventually.
Planned obsolesce in reverse.

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“…the 2018 Tesla Model X 100D (at least that is what Carwow is calling it anyway)…”

Hmmm, yes, Tesla *GASP* assigns a model year to its cars which matches the actual calendar year it was made in. (Gosh, what a novel idea! 😉 )

We’ll hope the reviewer did a better job with the rest of his facts.