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Tesla Model X arrives with billionaire doors and bioweapon defense mode

Posted on Wednesday, September 30 2015 @ 12:36:32 CEST by


The long-awaited Model X from Tesla has arrived. This new all-wheel drive electric car promises to be the safest, fastest and most capable sport utility vehicle in history. With the standard 90kWh battery pack it offers a 250 miles (400km) range and it goes from zero to 60 miles per hour (0-100km/h) in a mere 3.2 seconds.

The signature feature of the Model X are the falcon back wings, which allow easy access to second and third row seats from any parking space. The wings need just one foot of clearance to open and has sensors to prevent them from hitting the ceiling in garages with low headroom!

Model X is packed with high-end technology, including active safety features that scan your environment with camera, radar and sonar systems, to provide real-time feedback or even automatic emergency breaking. It also features a medical-grade HEPA filter, these filters keep out all pollen, bacteria, viruses and pollution. The car even has a special bioweapon defense mode that creates positive air pressure inside the cabin to protect occupants.

The car has seven seats and has the largest all-glass panoramic windshield in production, giving you a very cool view of the stars and sky above.

For a somewhat more affordable Tesla car we'll have to wait for the highly anticipated Model 3. Pricing of Model X starts at $132,000 but sometime later Tesla plans to ship cheaper versions that will "only" cost around $5,000 more than comparable Model S cars.

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Here's the presentation by Elon Musk:



With billionaire doors!



And here's a driving video from The Verge:





 



 

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