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Blog Tesla Starts Refreshed Model X Deliveries



Tesla announced on Twitter that it is delivering the refreshed version of its flagship Model X SUV.

“First deliveries of new Model X,” the company tweeted alongside photos of new owners.






The Model X starts at $101,190, while the highest-end Model X Plaid starts at $121,190.

Customers have been waiting for the refreshed version for months while Tesla updated its manufacturing lines for the updates. Tesla also updated its flagship Model S sedan, which took priority.

The refreshed Model X and Model S include a 17-inch horizontal touchscreen and the yoke-style steering wheel. The vehicles also have very subtle updates to the exterior, including new wheel options.

 
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roblab

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I drove a Model 2021 pre refresh model X to LA from San Jose during the summer.I had no issue driving from SJ to LA, it was good! My problem was once I got to LA, stayed at my friend's house who does not have a Tesla charger, I had to wake up an hour early than the rest of hours friends with gas cars, just so that I can go charge my Tesla. We went for lunch and drove to SD. I had to charge a bit on the way back to LA from SD. Then on the day driving from LA to SJ, I had to go charge first, then charge one more time on the way. If I had a gas car or if my friend had a tesla charger at home I probably wouldn't have to do all the extra charging on the way. Perhaps , for people who often take road trips, range matters. That's why I also ordered the 500 miles cyber truck.
Really?? I don't have a Tesla charger at my house, and I have been charging my electric vehicles here for the past ten years or so. You just take that long cord thingy and plug it into ANY outlet (though 220 is best) and it will charge!! Even at a friend's house! If I had a gas car I would have to drive over to a gas station (4 miles) to top off my tank, but I fill up in my garage, and it's full when I wake up. In other words, cry me a river. When I went on trips with my 300 mile range car, I usually combined charging with eating or bathroom breaks, and now with 400 miles, I still do. No one is in that much of a hurry that they can't stop for a few minutes to charge and refresh, and if they think they are, they can leave home a few minutes earlier.
 

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