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Model X 85 0-60 <= than Model S P85?

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  1. scottf200

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    #1 scottf200, Mar 1, 2013
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    Did he misspeak or is it anticipated that the Model X non-Perf 85kWh 0-60 MPH is <= than Model S Perf 85kWh ?!
    (Sorry if this has been discussed. I didn't see it and I'm relatively new here.)

    80seconds in here: Tesla model-X electric SUV - YouTube

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    This is an older video that has indeed been discussed. The consensus (IIRC) is that he was talking about the performance X, not a base X.
     
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    #3 scottf200, Mar 1, 2013
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    Thanks. That makes sense.

    Model S example: Model S Options Pricing | Tesla Motors
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    [FONT=courier new][U]40kWh   [/U] /[U] 60kWh   [/U] /[U] 85kWh   [/U] /[U] P85kWh[/U]
    6.5s     / 5.9s     / 5.6s     / 4.4s
    235hp    / 302hp    / 362hp    / 416hp
    310lb-ft / 317lb-ft / 325lb-ft / 443 lb-ft[/FONT]
     

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