Tesla has launched an online configuration tool for existing reservation holders of the Model X Signature Series, revealing several previously unknown details of the ESUV, which is expected to begin deliveries in late September.
The top-end Signature Series, which will be the first Model X version to be produced, includes a suite of special features, including self-parking capability, smart air suspension, heated and cooled leather seats, and flat-folding third-row seats. It sports a 90 kWh battery pack that delivers an EPA-estimated 240 miles of range.
Options include: Ludicrous Mode, which lowers the X’s 0-60 mph time from 3.8 seconds to 3.2 seconds, for an additional $10,000; Subzero Weather Package (heated steering wheel, heated washer fluid, wiper defrosters) for $1,000; and a 5,000 lb towing package for $750.
The standard Model X will come with the famous falcon wing doors, GPS navigation, some Autopilot features, free Supercharging and an 8-year, infinite mile battery and drive unit warranty.
Prices for the Signature Series start at $133,200. No price information has yet been offered for other versions of the Model X, but the base model is expected to come in somewhere near the $75,000 price of a basic Model S.
Sources: Tesla, InsideEVs, Transport Evolved, Business Insider