I saw an article entitled "the ten fastest SUVs"; so I thought it would be fun to compare them against Model X. The 4,900lb Model S P85D is a precursor car to the Model X of the same caliber - i.e., high power invertor and so on. The S P85D does 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, so I was wondering how fast the X P85D may be. Aerodynamics don't really come into play during standing start acceleration, it's the mass of the car (a.k.a. power to weight ratio). If the Model X weighs 20% more than the Model S, it will have 80% of the acceleration. I think a 5,880lb Model X P85D could accelerate to 60mph in 4.0 seconds. In this table I've priced the Model X P85D at $110,000 because that's $5K more than the equivalent Model S, per hints from Elon earlier this year I think. Also this price is bereft of any options like Autopilot/Tech Package (so ASP would be higher) I also expect the Model X Wh/mile figure to be lower, but what it'll be is anyone's guess. Either way, the Model S is four to six times more frugal with energy, while accelerating faster than all of them. I included Wh/mile calculated by dividing 34,020 (per Wikipedia) by the combined EPA gasoline mileage number.