Hopefully there will also be a Model X P1xxD as well. But if not, it will certainly go 0-60 under 4 seconds and have close to 265 miles range. In addition to every Autopilot feature.

I had been thinking about forgoing the P on the Model X, but considering how Tesla just upped the ante in the horse-power department, I would have a hard time ordering a non-PD Model X, that's for sure. One 691 hp Model X, thank you, pretty please.

I'm starting a rumor: Yes, the D flavor of X actually has two skateboards. Tony Hawk edition does tricks automatically using the new (today) S sensors and new (future) X gyros but you have to get the tech package to have it automatically mail video of your best tricks to your friends list. Did I mention you have to have an iPhone 8 for the feature to work? And firmware 7.037. Not 7. Not 7.03 and OMG not 7.04 because they haven't integrated the 0.007 "email my skateboard trix" feature to the 7.04 branch yet.

Except that if they don't differenciate then P will be a $20k option on the X. D is $4k for standard S but $14k for P. It would be nice to have Model X 60, 85, P85, P85D at base price, base+10, base+20, and base+30.

Since all X's are D's by design, with all that extra horsepower and efficiency, will a standard Model X out run a standard Model S? Will a Performance X beat the Performance S?

I calc'd $21,400. Anyone think the 21" wheels will be required on the Model X P85D purchase? I hope not. Below is calculated from the build screen then cut-n-pasted from the downloaded PDF.