To start with, there are three Model X variants on offer, all fully electric with All-Wheel Drive as standard. The line-up starts with the '75D' variant costing around £77,000 which uses a 75kWh battery offering up to 259 miles of driving range. If you want to go further, faster, you'll be wanting the £85,000 '90D', where a 90kWh battery gives up to 303 miles of driving range. The ultimate option is the 'P100D' which costs around £122,000 and gives you a 100kWh battery claiming up to 336 miles of range. Bear in mind that from these figures, you can subtract a £4,500 government-funded Plug-in car grant. Only two seating rows are standard. For £2,700 more, you can get a 6-seater format that gives you two seats in the middle and two more at the back. Or for £3,000 more than the standard price, there's a 7-seat option that gives you three seats in the middle and two at the back.
As you'd expect for the money, standard equipment is pretty comprehensive and includes this design's most unique touch, its gullwing-style 'Falcon Wing' doors, plus the largest panoramic windscreen in production. More conventional executive touches include full-LED headlamps, a powered tailgate, power-folding heated mirrors and keyless entry. In addition, as with the Model S, Model X owners will get regular over-the-air updates that will add safety and navigation features into their cars, while enhancing performance and improving the driving experience. In other words, if you buy a Model X, you'll regularly get into it and find it able to do something it couldn't do the previous day.