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Discussion in 'Model X' started by Joel, Feb 10, 2012.
curious . . . . looking at the Tesla emblem on the front fender - it looks like AP1.
Yes it is.
My better ½ says for the 1st time in her 40yrs of driving, she actually enjoys driving. We sold her 2016 S for the 2017 X (... because she's not as comfortable driving 'sedan' height after years in an suv).
So it's safe to say - she's happy now .... finally
Happy wife happy life.
i don't have a wife, i prioritized and got a model x
all joking aside, when my dad test drove a model x, he swore that he would buy one for my mom one day...hopefully soon!
I think if I was single I would go for an MS or M3. What made you decide on an X?
I had a 75D built and was getting ready to pull the trigger when a salesperson called me up and said: "hey i have this demo P90D X over here that's been discounted $27k+"
The 75D I had built online had a lease of around $1200-$1250 if i remember correctly, but this Model X had it's lease chopped from $2200+ all the way down to $1183/month!
The bigger size, incredible speed and price made it an absolute no-brainer to jump on it, so I put down the deposit that night.
i am still thinking about moving to the model 3 though as the ingress/egress is better than the model s and the range is my new priority...
ordering a 75D today. how is the carbon fiber decor? getting one from inventory and can't decide between CF and oak
excited to join the community
I would go CF keeps with the space age design of the cabin, the wood is more suited in a range rover
I went with the CF for that same reason. I think it looks great in the car. And orders from the last couple of months are the last you'll see of the CF in the non-performance models.
CF is an off menu option for non P cars. You just have to ask.
Ordered a 100D on the 17th, delivery is scheduled for the 26th.
I was able to get CF.
Here is my 2018 75D complete with TSportline 20" wheels, tint, ceramic coating and chrome delete.