Images of a barely camouflaged Tesla Model X being tested through California streets have surfaced.
The all-electric four-wheel drive model, which will have the power packs of its executive sibling, the Model S meaning a 60kWh, 85kWh and the 85kWh Performance pack will be available. These figures will pretty much annihilate any other SUV on the road for sheer brute power and acceleration. Porsche Cayenne Turbo and Range Rover Sport owners beware.
It is likely to gain the large, beautiful and functional 17-inch touch screen as in the Model S as well as the safety features such as Autopilot, that allows the car to follow the flow of traffic, changing lanes simply by indicating and being aware of its surroundings.
Falcon doors as originally seen on concept drawings are still rumoured to be part of the Model X as it will allow easier entrance and exit to the third row of seats enabling the driver to ferry up to seven adults at one given time.
Prices and further details on the options will be available closer to the reveal. Expect to see the Model X on drives by early 2016.