Will having two motors reduce the overall range that the Model X can achieve? I know that it is possible that both motors will be running at a much lighter load, but there is more hardware and software involved. Increasing weight and purchase costs. Will the Model X have stronger regen since one of the motors is up front with reduced risk of wheel slippage? I am hoping for a FWD Tesla option at some point with very strong brake-regen. I'd also like to see the charging port up on the front of the car.