Cheap Car Hire Worldwide

Here’s the fastest SUV in the world: Tesla Model X

Today’s conversation needs no special clarifications. So, without further ado, here’s the fastest SUV in the world: Tesla Model X.

In recent years, Tesla Motors have surprised us with outstanding, new models, particularly those belonging to the hybrid and electric class. This time, they finally reveal their full size crossover utility automobile. Designed after the Tesla Model S, Model X – which is scheduled to hit markets in 2016 – will feature several updates meant to make it more fiable and quite a bit faster.

Elron Musk, Tesla CEO, claims the car will be the fastest SUV on sale in the world, not to mention we are talking about an electric car, so the advantages only keep adding up.

The model will feature a 90k Wh battery pack and higher gravity center. This will entail a 10% increase in energy usage and a net range impact of up to 5%. With a 0 to 60 time achieved in around 3.3 seconds, Tesla Model X will be the fastest accelerating SUV in production today.

The green motors the car is fitted with will power the front wheels with 259 hp and the rear wheels with 503 hp. The rage will attain around 96 km and the expected top speed will be around 250 km/ h.

The first prototype of the Model X was unveiled in February 2012. The vehicle will be produced in the California Tesla Factory in Fremont. The estimated price is of 75.000 USD. The signature premium version will be on sale for around 144.000 USD.

Model X will be a green car, but also more family-friendly than the S Model. It can accommodate 7 adults plus their luggage, so we can safely say the interior is quite spacy.

We salute Tesla Motors for their green, fast and reliable SUV.

Related articles:

Read more:
Volvo study shows strong emotional response from beautiful car design

It appears that car design is much more than just making vehicles look pretty and aerodynamic, it appears that car design can summon up a powerful emotional reaction in humans, and in particularly in men, or at least this is what a recent study from Volvo says.