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Model X 70D

Discussion in 'Model X' started by irvineboy, Dec 16, 2015.

  1. irvineboy

    irvineboy Member

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    I read somewhere that the 70D doesnt get autopilot and 7 seats? Is that true?

    I was trying to figure out what a fully loaded 70D costs compared to a fully loaded 90D.
     
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    You can get both on the 70D.
     
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    What do the fully loaded 70D and 90D come out to?
     
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    Fully loaded X70D $108,250.

    Fully loaded X90D $121,250.
     
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    $108,450
    $121,450

    This includes the $1,200 Doc fee
     
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    #6 MrBoylan, Dec 16, 2015
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    All options are available on the 70D including 7 seats.
    Fully loaded 90D (without P) with multi-coat paint, 22-inch wheels, 72A charger and all options would be $121,250 + $1,200 Doc/Destination fee
    Fully Loaded 70D same way would be $108,250 + $1,200 D&D

    Screen caps or it didn't happen:

    fully loaded 70D.jpg
    fully loaded 90D.jpg
    Oops. Forgot the carbon fiber interior. Fixed. Goneskiian was right. Well, without the doc fee. :)

    Can't figure out how to delete the two original images. These were with with figured ash, instead of carbon fiber.
     

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    Doc fee! Thanks. Forgot those. Just like you forgot the hidden high amp charger.

    So....$109,450 and $122,450. ;-)
     
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    It is the same difference, but I did not have Carbon Fiber selected...
     
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    Not sure what you're missing. Maybe the carbon fiber trim? It's $250 more than the ash options.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Gotcha. ;-)
     
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    Yup, I was. But you're too slow. Even your quote has my fixed version. :)
     
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    Drat! Foiled again! ;-)
     
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    #12 irvineboy, Dec 16, 2015
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    Thanks everyone.

    Can someone list out the options with pricing?
    Like other wheel sizes and prices and air suspension and sound system, etc

    How much is tow package and if you elect not to have it when your car is built, can you add it later on?
     
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    There are lots of screen captures in this thread...

    Production X Configuration Has Begun!

    Mr. Boylan did a great video with a breakdown of all the options...

    Tesla Model X Production Design Studio Walkthrough - YouTube
     
  14. MrBoylan

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    Options with pricing are all listed here:

    Production X Configuration Has Begun! - Page 54

    You have to add tow package at order time for $750. (cannot be added later). goneskiian linked to my walkthrough video with more details. And there are a couple of spreadsheets floating around which also allow you to play around with options to see pricing.

    Good luck! Did you ever pick up a CPO Model S or are you still searching (or considering X instead)?

    -CB
     
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    #15 irvineboy, Dec 17, 2015
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    No I didnt. We rather pick up an X if the price is a little more than an S.
    It ends up being $12k more with options.
     
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    It's annoying that the tow package also requires Air Suspension for another $2500. My wife and I want the option to tow things in the future should we need it, but total effective cost of $3250 is steep.
     
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    If you get the tow package, the car adjusts braking and handling to accommodate the extra (variable) load from the rear. I'm guessing that the adjustable air suspension is required in order to do this effectively.
     

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