On a Model X they call it a Tow Bar. Which was an option at one point. But the wiring and the socket you plug the Tow Bar into I would think would be there. Are you sure it’s not there?I have a 2018 P100D that does not have a tow hitch (thought all 2017+ came with one?) and was thinking about installing an aftermarket one.
Any good recommendations? Need it reallly as a bike rack.
Is there a cover. Remove it and post a pic of what’s inside. My understanding is almost all X’s have that socket for the tow bar.They are clueless as always. I don’t even need the power really. Just need to be able to add my bike rack.
Good post. I doubt anyone would have an issue with warranty adding aftermarket to a model X. That looks pretty stock and mounted to the same place OEM mounts.Here's a thread you may want to peruse. At least take a look at the pictures in the first post.
For those who have been following my posts, you know that I've had some issues with my trailer rig and the stock Bosal hitch adapter. I decided to replace it with this Draw-Tite fixed/welded hitch. Before, without hitch adapter inserted: I won't bother reproducing my own version of the...teslamotorsclub.com
It will look empty when you remove the cover, but underneath should be a vertical socket the Bosal Tow hitch plugs into. Also wiring sockets to handle electrical plug ins. Think it is standard issue on all the 2018's. Service/Delivery centers should have the Bosal hitch in stock.
It's in the parts catalog for the refresh X. But not for the Refresh S.
It looks exactly the same on Pre-Refresh and Post-Refresh in the Parts Catalogs. That's of course not a guarantee, but I think most would be shocked is they removed Towing from an X in the USA.So does the mean the electrical is already there under the cover and the vertical hole for the right angle receiver is there already? Just making sure. I placed an order for an X instead of an S to replace my P85DL later this year and one of the main requirements is to be able to do light towing with a 2" hitch.