The Tesla Model X is the priciest option of all the Teslas. With an actual starting price of $89,200 (before "Gas Savings" and incentives), the Model X is nearly $9,000 more expensive than the Model S. But the SUV only has two trim options: Long Range and Performance. Both trims offer dual electric motors and all-wheel drive. Tick all the options, though, and things start to get pricey.

  Price After "Savings" Actual Price Fully Loaded Range
Long Range




295 Miles





289 Miles

Four of the five exterior colors are options ranging from $1,500 in price (Midnight Silver Metallic) up to $2,500 for Red Multi-Coat. Tesla offers three wheel options on the Model X, too: standard 20-inch silver wheels, 20-inch Sonic Carbon wheels ($2,000), and 22-inch Onyx Black wheels ($5,500).

The Long Range model comes standard with a black interior, but offers optional white and black ($1,500) and cream-colored ($1,500) faux leather finishes as well. On both trims, Autopilot is a $3,000 option, and "Full Self-Driving Capability" is a $5,000 option on top of that. A loaded Long Range Model X costs $112,700 with destination, and a Performance model with the same options (and $15,000 for Ludicrous Mode) costs $142,200.