Amid range anxiety and software update news for the Tesla Model S, Elon Musk slipped some more information about the upcoming Tesla Model X crossover that’s due this year.
On Thursday, Musk told reporters the Model X would be due this summer. That generally lines up with the most recent reports pegging the long-awaited third Tesla model for the third quarter. Last year, Musk pushed back the Model X‘s debut from the first quarter of 2015, citing a need to “get the model right.”
Other details from Musk’s comments suggest the Model X will have a few surprises, probably coinciding with another round of software news.