Send this page to a friend!
Fill in the form bellow

your name:
your email:
friend name:
friend email:
your comments:
close

Electric Cars

Tesla Model X Coming in 2014 with 2-Motor All-Wheel Drive

Tesla is also slowly expanding in Europe and the UK

 
 
Slideshow
It will use all-wheel drive with front and rear electric motors

TeslaTeslaTeslaUnited States of America, 2003 > present4 models
207 photos
says that it is finally ready to put its Model X crossover into production in 2014. The styling of the gullwinged crossover has been finalized for over a year, but Tesla wanted to have production of the Model SModel STesla Model SUnited States of America, 2012 > present7 versions
25 photos
fully up to speed before it introduced the Model X. They share the same platform and engines.

The first deliveries of the Model X are scheduled for the latter half of 2014.

"The Model X price will be very similar to the Model S. It's probably going to be a slightly higher starting price because the Model X will only be offered as all-wheel-drive. So it'll be dual-motor all-wheel drive,” said Tesla founder Elon Musk.

Previously, Tesla had planned to offer the Model X in either all-wheel drive or rear-wheel drive.

Musk said that the price difference would be a "low single digit percentage."

In other Tesla news, Musk announced that he will deliver the first right-hand driver Model S personally to a “high-profile” person in the UK in March 2014. Around the same time it will have its first Supercharger charging stations in the UK.

Tesla is already rolling out sales in Continental Europe with the first units already sold in Germany and Norway.

Source: Autoblog Green

Encyclopedia
TeslaTesla

0 comments

Anonymous

Contribute

publish your news and scoops
Contribute
Electric CarsTop 10ReviewsCar CultureGeneva Motor ShowHybrid CarsIndustryFormula 1

Encyclopedia

close