Tesla Model X At 2016 Geneva Motor Show (Photos,Videos), Euro Signature Editions Priced

MAR 2 2016 BY MARK KANE 19

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

After a noticeable absence at the NAIAS in Detroit in January, Tesla presented its latest model at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

A blue Tesla Model X in top-of-the-line P90D edition (with Ludicrous Mode) is attracting a lot of attention at the show.

Presenting Model X in Geneva is important from a sales outlook – Switzerland is one of the best markets for Tesla in Europe, and due to the mountainous area, residents there do like AWD.

The success of Model S “D” with AWD probably heralds strong demand for the Model X.A Tesla Model S was present on stage, too.

We should note that perhaps in response to the inevitable questions of “when are you going to start selling the Model X in Europe“, Tesla quietly opened up  orders to early Model X Signature reservists just the day before the show.

Some early pricing reports on the Model X (remembering these are pricier Signature editions – via Tesla Motors Club):

  • 162,000  € in Netherlands
  • CHF 153,650 in Switzerland
  • 1.339.700 kr in Norway
  • 167,650 € in France
  • 159,200 in Germany

For some context, these number represent about a 5% premium over US prcing (accounting for currency/taxes)

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

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19 Comments on "Tesla Model X At 2016 Geneva Motor Show (Photos,Videos), Euro Signature Editions Priced"

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2013VOLT

Very cool looking car, loving that blue. If only there was an option for normal rear doors.

Skryll

Normal rear doors, a gas engine, gears, … Horses…

floydboy

The things tha turn it from a tour-de-force into an also ran. Not to mention, that ‘zero emissions’ moniker would go up in smoke with the investors.

BraveLilToaster

That was obviously sarcasm, since nobody is going to actually add real horses to a car they’re trying to sell.

TomArt

Agreed – that’s the best I’ve seen it so far (never seen it in person yet, though).

david xeriatis

those rear doors will be so unpleasant when the rain, wind and snow are swirling around. A totally ridiculous design.

RexxSee

Is this guano on the hood? 😉

Anon

I guess we can fault the show for having too many point lights in the ceiling, and the Model X for being too reflective. 😉

Pushmi-Pullyu

🙂

At my first glance thru those photos, I thought there was confetti being blown around and landing on the car. I had to look more carefully to realize I was seeing a myriad of lights on the ceiling and reflected in the Model X’s paint job!

evcarnut

Can’t Blame them for N0t being to the Detroit auto show , after all the Hungawa & BS Michigan lobbyiests, auto dealers & “Gm” are flinging at them.. To Kill Tesla…JUST LET THEM SELL THEIR CARS ALREADY!!.”USA” LAND OF THE FREE !…YEA RIGHT!!!

floydboy

This thing’s so aerodynamically sleek looking(especially for an suv) that the mirrors actually seem out of place.

ffbj

Cool. Similar to the Model S I just ordered:
http://tesla.radioflyer.com/build.html?ref=producthunt

Bob A.

THAT is quite cool.

Though, I had to check my calendar to make sure it wasn’t April 1st. 🙂

ModernMarvelFan

Sorry, still not loving the style of Model X.

Model S is great looking, I just don’t love the Model X.

I hope Model 3 can be equally good looking.

Prad

I prefer Model X’s front with his falcon beak and eyes.

TomArt

It does look pretty cool. S and X are obviously the same, yet different. The X is growing on me.

Get Real

Really smart move by Tesla to display the X in Geneva. Switzerland has been a great market for Tesla and the X will sell well there too.

The Swiss are not as conflicted as the overall very conservative and brand nationalistic Germans on EVs

Koenigsegg

Looks awesome with the suspension lowered and 22’s

really really cool looiking

PVH

The increase of Tesla sales in Switzerland will hopefully compensate for the decrease of Norwegian sales (compared to 2014).