Tesla Begins Shipping “Signature Series” Model X Cars To Customers

by SpeedLux

A bunch of Tesla customers got early holiday gifts: their long awaited Model X cars.

Tesla Motors has pretty much hit a milestone in providing its long-awaited crossover SUV, the Model X.

Over the past couple of weeks, a bunch of purchasers who had put down a $40,000 deposit for a “Signature Series” of the Model X, have got their cars, as per customers’ reviews on forums, social media and blog posts. The “Signature Series” of the Model X is noted to be a limited-edition version for early reservation holders that comes “fully loaded” having all of the cars bells and whistles. The price is around $132,000 to $144,000.

The Model X, first unveiled in 2012, which is Tesla’s third electric car. It was styled with swooping gull-wing doors and seats for seven people along with an additional tow hitch.



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1 comment

Esteban December 31, 2015 - 5:08 pm

What model year do they tag on it? Especially those owners that have to wait another 6 months into 2016, aren’t you getting a 2015? Please don’t say Tesla doesn’t have model years, for the Model S used vehicles on Tesla’s site all have model years and different values based on those years. Seems like you’re getting a year old vehicle, surely one with no changes or upgrades per model year.


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