Tesla Model X Priced From £74,480 In The UK; Configurator Now Live

Tesla has announced the UK pricing for the Model X, with the first right-hand drive models expected to be delivered late this year.

Starting at £74,480, the entry-level 75D model features a 259-mile NEDC driving range, 0-60mph (96km/h) in 6 seconds and a top speed of 130mph (209km/h).

The mid-range 90D model starts at £82,780 and comes with the air suspension as standard, an official driving range of 303 miles, a 0-60mph in 4.8 seconds and a top speed of 155mph (250km/h). The range-topping P90D costs from £100,180, offering a 0-60mph in 3.8 seconds as standard and 3.2 seconds with the optional Ludicrous Speed pack. If you want the latter fitted, Tesla will charge you £8700.

These prices do not include the £4500 UK government incentives. Six- and seven-seat configurations in the cabin are offered as optional while the famous Autopilot semi-autonomous feature can be enabled for an extra £2200.

The HEPA air filtration system is part of the Premium Upgrades package which also includes self-presenting front doors, ventilated front seats, alcantara headliner and many more for the price of £3,900.

The company has also opened a UK configurator, allowing you to check every option of the mega-fast electric crossover.

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