The North American based Tesla manufacturer has recently announced the availability of its Model X P60D, the version joining the 75D, 90D or top of the line P90D.
The full-electric Model X P60D is priced from $119,000, and can go all the way to $122,812 with the Luxury Car Tax.
In terms of visuals, the Tesla Model X P60D is wearing the car`s overall signature, the version offering the rear “Falcon” doors, an evolutionary design as well as the letter “D” at the rear, which indicates an all-wheel drive configuration.
Inside, the interior provides a six or a seven-seat capacity, along with the latest technology available. Also, the model also offers the particle arrest system, also called the “Bioweapon Defense Mode”, along with Autopilot feature, Supercharger function and more.
As common to all Tesla models, the Model X P60D comes with an extremely highly-efficient range, in this case 350 km range, and an impressive sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.2 seconds. And even if we are dealing here with a full-electric SUV, this would be a perfect choice against a Porsche Cayenne or BMW X5/X6.
The full details list is rather scarce at the moment, but we should expect fresh information towards the end of the year, when the model will reach Australian dealers.