The Smoking Tire Reviews Tesla Model X P90D – Video

Tesla Model X

DEC 4 2016 BY ELECTRICCARSTV 5

It seems securing a Tesla Model X for test drive purposes isn’t as simple as calling up Tesla and asking for one. The Smoking Tire had to “borrow” this Model X P90D from peer-to-peer compony Turo in order to conduct testing for this review.

Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X

Regardless of how the car was acquired, this is still The Smoking Tire, so you can be assured that this is one of the best X reviews you’ll see in regards to overall quality, enjoyment and so on.

Video description:

“The Model X is Tesla’s second full-on production all-electric car. Based on the Model S platform, it’s taller, with motorized “Falcon Wing” doors in the rear.

It seats seven people, has some really neat gadgets, and in this P90D trim, can do 11-second quarter miles all day long. It also features the newest version of Tesla’s Autopilot software, which we will demonstrate in the real world.”

“This review comes courtesy of the people at Turo, who provided the Model X for review. Turo is available in the App Stores for Android and Apple, and is the only peer-to-peer company which rents the Tesla Model S and X.”

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5 Comments on "The Smoking Tire Reviews Tesla Model X P90D – Video"

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Could you have please opened one of the FWD? It may make you forget about a door handle alignment?

Its beautiful just watching it open! Its gimmicky and that is why it attracts so much attention. The second row seat do get out of the way and its way easier getting to the back row seats…

It would have been nice to see that part of it.

Gimmicky? We love our falcon wing doors. They make putting a baby into a car seat MUCH easier. They shield us from the rain while trying to fight the baby and get her into the straps. 🙂 The wings also make it easy to get into the third row seats while the second row are forward. You can stand up in the back seats with the door open, it’s crazy spacious.

Great real world feedback ☺

While the center console map is cellular based, the actual NAV based is both, with the dash display being stored maps and the center console being cell based.