Elon Musk stated that Model X would cost 5k more than a similarly optioned Model S. The Model S 70D starts at 75k, so expect Model X to eventually start at around 80k.
Not published yet but the answer is definitely *NO*. The $132K price is for a Signature Series Model X which is a P90D with almost all of the options (but not Ludicrous speed). Ludicrous speed adds $10K so that would bring it up to $142K for a Signature Series Model X with Ludicrous speed.I read somewhere that the model x was going to start at 132,000 with the performance model starting at 142,000. This is without options? Is it that much?
AFAIK, all Teslas use electronic power steering. Hell, my 2006 Highlander Hybrid uses electronic power steering so it's not exactly new technology. Don't see why they would change that now.Are they supposed to be hydraulic or electric steering?
If people write "$5000 over similer equipt Model S and you look at a Model X 90D you schould look at a Model S 90D wish is $3000 higher.I priced out a model S 85D with options at $101,500 before incentives. So if a model X 90D will be $106,500 then its better to wait. But I heard they are one year out from taking configurations online.
Actually, in hindsight, it looks like it was more like "two days out." The first 1500 (or so) folks who put down deposits to order a regular production Model X have been invited to configure their cars now. Others are being invited based on date of order. I was pretty close on the pricing estimates. A base model 90D is $95,500 (5-seat configuration, with air suspension included). A P90D model starts at $115,500 (insane mode, larger motor, air suspension, active spoiler, red calipers).I priced out a model S 85D with options at $101,500 before incentives. So if a model X 90D will be $106,500 then its better to wait. But I heard they are one year out from taking configurations online.