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Tesla Model X P90D Review - Part I (4K)

Discussion in 'Model X' started by Marcus Adolfsson, Jan 22, 2016.

  1. Marcus Adolfsson

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    #1 Marcus Adolfsson, Jan 22, 2016
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    Stunning. Well done. You just cost me $120k.
     
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    #3 Xponential, Jan 22, 2016
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    Great video, Marcus. Very well done. Thanks for making it and posting! Makes me even more impatient for delivery :)

    I particularly appreciated seeing the FWD open/close speed, which had been extensively debated on multiple threads here. I realize it varies with environmental conditions (obstacles and such), but at least the unobstructed open/close speed you showed seemed more than satisfactory to me.
     
  4. benjiejr

    benjiejr Technogeekextraordinaire

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    Nicely done @Marcus! Looking forward to part 2!!
     
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    Great vid.....amazing camera work and stunning HD quality. Great choice on colour options too.
     
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    Great video, Marcus...and Go Gators! I'm waiting for my 90D and live down in Key Largo.
     
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    I really enjoyed your video especially those last 7.5 seconds :scared: You might include the extra deep storage compartment behind the 3rd row seats as part of your part II review. One request is to see just the second row center seat all the way forward including lean with all other seats in their normal position and then have someone with longer legs in the third row. I am curious how well a 7 seater can get maybe halfway to the same legroom as a 6 seater in this configuration for the 3rd row passengers. Thanks for your video review.
     
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    Epic. Go Gators!
     
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    Great video, the most informative one I have seen. 4k is like being their in person as well.
     
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    Excellent Marcus! It's great to view the Model X in working condition and looking so perfect. You choose your décor selections wisely and have presented your Model X in the video with class and style.

    A separate video of passengers optimizing the ease of entry and exit with seat movement details is one area to consider. Once the rear seat persons are seated, the 2nd row and front row passengers must move their seats in such a way as to keep everyone comfortable. That can be a challenge with 7 adults, especially if the driver wants to retain the optimal seat location that is preset on the touchscreen.

    Another challenge is the raising of the rear seats and not bending the carpet panels on the back. (Tip: pull the trunk load floor towards the rear.) None of this is fun, so don't worry about making a video about it. Keep your standards high and keep posting the fun and professional videos.
     
  11. bonnie

    bonnie Oil is for sissies.

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    I thought your video was great, Marcus. We can all play back seat driver :), but you're the one getting it done. Nice job, professional. No criticism here. In fact, I watched it through (so many videos, I don't bother, but yours I did - two thumbs up).

    Nicely done & I'm looking forward to your next. :) (left you rep)
     
  12. Jeeps17

    Jeeps17 Cath Jockey in a P85

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    Fantastic video Marcus. Many thanks.

    Makes it even harder to resist the urge to put a deposit down...
     
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    Beautifully done. Thank you!
     
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    Loved it! Forwarded it to others!
     
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    Wow, two thumbs up! Marcus, thanks for the video. It's great the see this white pearl with ultra white interior, which I ordered, beautifully featured in a stunning video. Looking forward to your next videos.
     
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    Really well done, tipped me over the edge. I confirmed my config after watching. Thanks.
     
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    Thank you for the video- I finally get see the inside and storage areas.

    I'm very disappointed in the rear storage area. The third row seats take up a lot of room when folded and create a very 'non-flat' are to carry things. There is no pass-thru and the seats themselves look like they can easily get stained from carrying something in the back. Not sure how I'd even put a bike in there without it flopping around. If the 2nd row was pushed forward for maximum space there would be even more of an uneven floor.

    I was really hoping for more of an SUV type vehicle but the storage layout and the Falcon wing doors kill any chance of me buying the X. Alas, I guess I'll have to wait for amore traditional Electric of plug-in model to come along or go back to looking at the S.
     
  18. bonnie

    bonnie Oil is for sissies.

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    When the third row is folded flat & the trunk space cover is placed in the highest position, you have one continuous flat space. Not sure if that was obvious from the video.
     
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    No it wasn't - thank you.

    I'll wait to see more pics and hopefully one in person at some point.
     
  20. bonnie

    bonnie Oil is for sissies.

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    Here's a photo that might make it more clear:

    third row flat.JPG
     

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