We're a little over a month out from unveiling, but thought we could start speculating on price-points (we may not even get pricing in February). From another thread: So, since I think the best comparators would be the Audi A7 and the Audi Q5. I thought X will be smaller than the Q7 externally, though it's supposed to be as spacious, but in any case, once I hit Audi's site, I saw the Q5 was priced MUCH lower than the A7 (started under 40k), so let's go with the Q5 and Q7 and compare them to their similarly-sized sedans. So: Base A7: 59,250 Base Q7: 46,250 Base A5: 37,100 Base Q5: 35,600 And for good measure: Base A6: 49,900 The common theme here is that the crossovers seem to cost LESS than their sedan counterparts (in base configuration anyway). I went into the exercise expecting the complete opposite. So then I went to Porsche: Base Panamera: 75,200.00 Base Cayenne: 48,200.00 Interesting. So with that in mind, can we assume the Model X will actually be LESS than the Model S? It would seem so, but my gut says it'll likely be more like: Base S: $57,400 Base X: $65,400 The base Cayenne Turbo (similar 4.4 0-60 as the Performance S) starts at 107k, so it's in line with the Sig Performance S. So I'd imagine Sig Performance X to be 110-115k? I realize this post got a bit long, but just some Friday-night musings :wink: *edited* forgot to add, that while the X is supposed to be as spacious as a Q7, I'm hoping for the exterior size and handling of the Q5. Q7 feels too big to me, but I guess the S is a fairly large car as well.