Assuming that the Model X has the same options and pricing as the Model S. My Model X is gong to cost me about $80K (and that's 60 kWh)! $59,900 60 kWh Model X $7,500 AWD Option $750 Metallic Paint $1,500 Nappa Leather $3,500 21" Wheels $3,750 Tech Package $950 Sound Studio Package $1,500 Active Air Suspension $250 Parcel Shelf $79,600 TOTAL I am guessing $7,500 for the AWD option which represents the midpoint of $5K - $10K. I don't think they will offer a Panoramic Roof since the Falcon Doors have embedded sunroofs in them. Probably can't open any of the glass roofs. I'm not totally sold on the 21" wheels. Perhaps they will have beefier tires for greater ground clearance. That would be good. In 2 years when the Model X debuts batteries should be about 14% cheaper. But the Falcon Doors might add some expense to the base model. I would not be surprised, with a starting price of $60K, if Nappa Leather and/or Active Air Suspension were standard features. The Parcel Shelf ought to be standard. I really like the color on the working prototype. It alternatively looks brown, yellow, gray, silver. Part of that is the lighting in the pictures taken but that is also the depth and character of the paint. I think I've convinced myself that the AWD will remain an (expensive) option. It is probably at least a second faster 0-60 (expecting 5.9s for the AWD Model X, like the Model S). It will be much better handling, especially when traction control is needed. And it will probably give you a greater range because of the additional regen. So it sounds like something they can easily sell people on and therefore they won't give it away for free. I expect the 60 kWh AWD to deliver about 200 miles of range which is all I need for everything I might need to do in Atlanta (including head to the mountains, head to the lake, etc) and if they put a supercharger in Greenville (or BMW does) then I can make it to Charlotte and Asheville. Looks like I better start saving now!