Spied: Tesla Model X Shows its Bulbous Roofline in Public Again [w/Video]

No, don’t by any means think that Tesla is intently parading barely camouflaged examples of its Model X around!

Yes, testing is what they’re doing, not merely driving the car around hoping somebody will pull out their smartphone, start shooting and then upload it all to YouTube…

This white example was captured in Palo Alto, California, looks like the finished product, and not a pre-production mule. Thye’re probably ironing out the final bugs before the planned release date set for Q3 2015.

The prototype in the video below doesn’t look any different to the one we previously posted, although it could be even more lightly camouflaged than that example.

It needs to be a competent vehicle, and probably more well-rounded than the Model S, as it’s predicted to have direct competitors from mainstream brands in a few years’ time; that’ll really be a challenge for Tesla to compete against.

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