We expect to see the production-intent version of the Model X shortly.
One Of The Original Tesla Model X Prototypes Appeared At CES 2015 Last Week
But until then we have this. Tesla is now taking reservations on the X saying it will be available in the following options:
- 60 kWh
- 85 kWh
- 85 kWh Performance
We expect to see an even great capacity Model X (and S) added to the lineup at some point in the future.
Of note: while the Model X and S are essentially the same platform with a different application, it is interesting to note the Model X is being offering in a 60 kWh AWD version, while the Model S that was also initially promoted as having this less expensive AWD option was quickly deleted.
Editor's Note: Don't forget we will also be breaking all the specs and news on the next generation Chevrolet Volt shortly tonight at 12:01 AM (eastern)/9:01PM (pacific)