Those who have reserved and are waiting for a Tesla Model X can pass the time with a new car customization dashboard.
As reported by Bloomberg, Signature reservation holders last night were allowed to start picking things like color, wheel size, and whether they wanted to spend an extra $10,000 on the Ludicrous Speed Upgrade
Tesla did not immediately respond to PCMag’s request for comment.
Tesla unveiled a prototype of the Model X, its third battery-powered vehicle, in early 2012, a crossover featuring “falcon wing” rear doors, three rows of seats, and ample storage space.
Described as a blending of SUV and minivan, the ModelF40 X requires a $5,000 down payment to reserve online. Those who have already ordered should get the vehicle this year, but new reservations will be filled in early 2016. The base price for the limited-edition Signature series is $132,000, before a federal tax credit and state or local incentives.
As Bloomberg reported, the Model X Signature edition sports a 90 kilowatt-per-hour battery and an estimated range of 240 miles per charge; it is compatible with Tesla’s expanding public Supercharger network.
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