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

$78,950

$89,200

$112,700

295 Miles

Performance

$109,950

$119,000

$142,200

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.