Tesla Model X P90D Range Estimate Of 250 Miles Has Been Confirmed By The EPA

Tesla Model X P90D Range Estimate Of 250 Miles Has Been Confirmed By The EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency has just issued it final ratings for the 2016 Tesla Model X, which means that the electric SUV is now ready to be sold in the U.S.

Two versions of the Model X were tested by the EPA. The results from testing, via EPA data, are found below:

EPA Rating For Tesla Model X - From Left To Right - City, Highway, Combined

EPA Rating For Tesla Model X - From Left To Right - City, Highway, Combined

The ratings above, from left to right, are city, highway, combined.

Both versions of the Model X score 250 miles of range or more combined, with the 90D edging out the P90D by only 7 miles.

For comparative purposes, here are the Model S EPA ratings via the same database (note: the 90D and P90D versions of the 2015 Model S were not re-certified by the EPA, so both versions carry the same ratings as their 85 kWh counterparts):

Tesla Model S EPA Ratings

Tesla Model S EPA Ratings

We're quite pleased with the Model X range ratings, which are just slightly lower than their Model S counterparts. MPGe figures are available, as well (see below):

EPA Ratings

EPA Ratings

The first Model X deliveries are set to occur on September 29th at Tesla's Fremont factory.