My default option would have been the S, considering that I'm a young, single guy, but recently I've looked into the X and have been slowly leaning towards it. I've loved large vehicles (particular vans) when I was little. My family's old Chevy van (where the back row of seats can turn into a BED!) was my fun ride, with so much room to move around in and can hold a crowd of people! Eventually as I've gotten older I've faced the reality of owning a large vehicle, concerning parking, gas mileage, performance and aerodynamics, and the fact that most owners are older folks with children. Having the environment a huge priority for me I've been leaning towards small cars, are as they are easier to park, save gas, have better acceleration, and are marketed towards the younger audience. After thinking about the upcoming Tesla Model X for a bit I realize I can finally love a large vehicle again. Sure the back-row bed doesn't exist anymore, but it still has 3 rows of seats (unlike the 'v' variant of a certain hybrid vehicle released in the U.S. made by 'T' that starts with a 'P'...)but as an EV, my fuel consumption and hybrid-esque performance worries can be eliminated. The falcon doors that's unique to the X is an intriguing feature young people can admire. I guess I shouldn't even worry about people making fun of me for getting the X over the S when I don't even have kids. I could just be a guy who likes going on road trips and camping with friends. But the S still has plenty of cargo space and room for 5 adults...and it's also more stylish. The only things I'm concerned about are parking (which I'm willing to put up with), and the space/price/range and performance compared to the S. I'm not too concerned with the range and performance as long as they're close to the S. But what about the space? And the price? How significant would the range and price be compared to the S? Thoughts?