2018 Tesla Model X Electric

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2018 Tesla Model X electric Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: May 4, 2021

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Electric SUVs were not a thing until Tesla unveiled the Model X in the year 2012. The Model X is a car full of innovation, clever trickery, and sheer engineering brilliance. Tesla’s approach to developing the Model X was simple. They made sure of what a person might need in an SUV and just went ahead and built a near-perfect one. The 2018 Tesla Model X comes with the promise of unparalleled electric range, self-driving capabilities, comfort, latest technology, and over-the-air updates that keep improving the vehicle. The most eye-catching feature of the Model X is its Falcon Doors that replace the monotonous tradition of side-hinged rear doors. Starting at $79,500, the 2018 Tesla Model X is an expensive vehicle that has more of everything to offer compared to other SUVs in its class. 

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Pros

Bonkers Acceleration

Excellent Electric Range

Class-Leading Cargo Space

Large, Crisp Touchscreen

Comfortable, Quiet Ride

Cons

Compromised 2nd-Row Legroom

No Apple CarPlay or Android Auto

Slow 240V Standard Charging

What's New?

Number of Trims Reduced to 3

Lowered Pricing


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Features

vehicle bio

base price

$79500

bodystyle

4dr SUV

passenger capacity

5

top speed

155 mph

drivetrain

all wheel drive

engine type

horsepower

518 hp

torque

387 lb.-ft.

transmission

1-speed direct drive

dimensions

wheelbase

116.7 in.

length

198.3 in.

width

81.5 in.

height

66 in.

curb weight

5271 lbs.

ground clearance

5.4 in.

capacity

cargo volume

77 cu ft.

towing capacity

4960 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

3.1 sec.

standing 1/4-mile

13.6 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

91/93/95 mpg

highway range

391.5 mi.

ev range

310.5 mi.

highway range (evs/hybrids)

391.5 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

4 yr./ 50000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

8 yr./ unlimited mi.

corrosion warranty

12 yr./ unlimited mi.

roadside assistance

Yes


Pictures & Videos

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Trims

75D $79,500 onwards

518 hp | Electric | Electric

  • 1st row fixed glass Sunroof
  • 1st Row LCD monitor
  • 20" Silver Aluminum Wheels
  • ABS and driveline Traction Control
  • AM/FM/HD/Satellite-prep, Seek-Scan Radio
  • Driver and Front Passenger Heated-Cushion, Seatback
  • Driver Lumbar Support
  • Front Air Conditioning, Dual Zone Automatic
  • Front Fog/Driving Lights
  • Heated Mirrors
  • Keyfob (all doors) Remote Keyless Entry
  • Leatherette Seats
  • Navigation System
  • Parking Assist
  • Rain Sensing Windshield Wipers

100D $96,000 onwards

259 hp @ 6100 rpm | Electric | Electric

P100D $140,000 onwards

503 hp @ 6150 rpm | Electric | Electric

Colors and Styles

2018 Tesla Model X electric in Deep Blue Metallic color 2018 Tesla Model X electric in Midnight Silver Metallic color 2018 Tesla Model X electric in Pearl White Multi-Coat color 2018 Tesla Model X electric in Red Multi-Coat color 2018 Tesla Model X electric in Solid Black color
Deep Blue Metallic

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Ratings

Pricing And Features

7.9

Engine And Performance

9.4

Fuel Economy

9.4

Interior

9.1

Exterior

7.3

Safety

8.1

Competition

9.0

8.6

OVERALL RATING

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

8.6

Overall Rating


The Model X has been appreciated for higher standards of performance, comfort, safety, and energy efficiency. It carries design nuances similar to that of the Tesla Model S. With a dual-motor setup, the Model X sends power to all four wheels, which certainly makes for great driving dynamics. Equipped with a well-engineered lithium-ion battery pack, the Model X is capable of covering a distance of up to 325 miles in a single charge. The American electric car manufacturer has got plenty of things right with the Model X. In addition to the unparalleled range, the SUV flaunts fast charging capabilities, a comfortable and ergonomic interior, lots of cargo space, and easy drivability. The Model X doesn’t make you feel like you’re in an electric car. It keeps things simple and introduces you to a whole new level of technology in a comfortable, familiar environment. While the brand certainly needs to work a little on build quality, the Model X beats pretty much every other SUV in every imaginable way. Not an opinion, just hard facts.

2018 Tesla Model X electric SUV front view
2018 Tesla Model X electric SUV rear view

7.9/10
Pricing and Features

9.4/10
Engine and Performance

9.4/10
Fuel Economy

9.1/10
Interior

7.3/10
Exterior

8.1/10
Safety

9.0/10
Competition


2018 Tesla Model X electric Pricing and Features

7.9/10

The Tesla Model X comes in three trims. The trims have been simplified to make purchases easier based on requirements. The Model X was traditionally offered in 5 different trims, which have been dropped down to just 3. The following table gives an overview of the various trims and features the 2018 Tesla Model X comes with: 

Trim

Tesla Model X 75D

Tesla Model X 100D

Tesla Model X P100D

MSRP

$79,500

$96,000

$140,000

Key Features

Mobile app remote control

Access to Tesla's global Supercharger network

Wi-Fi and LTE internet connectivity

 

FM/HD, online, on-demand & Internet radio, and Bluetooth®

Compatible with Tesla Wall Connectors

Keyless entry

 

Two USB ports for media and power

17" touchscreen display

Voice activated controls

 

LED ambient interior lighting

Mobile app remote control

Bluetooth hands-free calling and media streaming

 

Center armrest with two cup holders

FM/HD, online, on-demand & Internet radio, and Bluetooth®

Largest glass panoramic windshield in production

 

Wi-Fi and LTE internet connectivity

Two USB ports for media and power

2" receiver for hitch-mounted bike and ski carriers, capable of towing 5,000 pounds on 20" wheels or 3,500 pounds on 22" wheels

 

Keyless entry

LED ambient interior lighting

Back-up camera

 

Voice activated controls

Center armrest with two cup holders

Auto-dimming mirrors

 

Bluetooth hands-free calling and media streaming

Wi-Fi and LTE internet connectivity

One-touch power windows

The 75D comes with a 75-kilowatt-hour battery pack, while the 100D has a 100-kWh pack. The top-of-the-line P100D is also offered with a 100-kilowatt-hour pack but comes with significantly more powerful motors. The base trim is priced at $79,500 and goes up to $140,000 for the top-end trim. Tesla has equipped the Model X SUV pretty heavily from the base trim itself, but there are always pricier trims to go for.

2018 Tesla Model X Buying Advice

We recommend Tesla Model X buyers sticking with the base trim. It has a shorter range than the higher trims, but only by a margin of 60 miles. It's also available with pretty much every feature you can get in higher trims, yet it costs much less than they do. In other words, you can add several features to the Model X 75D and still pay less than you would for one of the higher trims. 

2018 Tesla Model X electric Engine and Performance

9.4/10

Powered by a 75 kWh lithium-ion battery pack under the cabin floor and an electric motor on each axle, the 2018 Tesla Model X offers incredible value in terms of driving refinement and electric mileage. The 75D offers a dual-motor setup with a combined output of 259 horsepower. The high performance P100D replaces the rear motor with a vastly more powerful one, taking the power figure up to 518 horsepower. Speed is controlled via a liquid-cooled Variable frequency Drive and power is sent through a single-speed fixed gear ratio on both axles. 

Models

2018 Tesla Model X 

2018 Jaguar I-Pace

2018 Audi e-Tron 

2018 Hyundai Kona EV

MSRP

$85,500

$76,845

$75,795

$45,995

Drivetrain

AWD

AWD

AWD

FWD

Electric Motor

Dual 3-Phase Induction Motors

Dual Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Motors

Dual 3-Phase Induction Motors

Front Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Motor

Transmission

Single-Speed Automatic + VFD

Single-Speed Automatic

Single-Speed Automatic

Single-Speed Automatic

Power (Horsepower)

518 

394

355

201

Torque (lb-ft)

387 

512

414

291

Among the competition, the 2018 Tesla Model X has the most power to offer, with the Jaguar I-Pace being the closest competitor. The Model X, the I-Pace and the e-Tron are offered with dual-motor setups, while the economical Hyundai Kona is only offered with a single-motor, front-wheel-drive setup. The Kona also delivers much less power, while costing significantly less.

2018 Tesla Model X Acceleration and Braking

When it comes to acceleration, nothing comes close to an electric car. The Tesla Model X catapults itself from a standstill to 60 miles an hour in under 5 seconds, with the P100D managing to get to the same speed in about 3 seconds. The bonkers acceleration is further supported by the Model X’s quarter-mile time, which the electric family-hauler manages to complete in an earth-shattering 11.2 seconds.

2018 Tesla Model X electric SUV accelerate in 3.1 sec

While the Model X has face-melting performance figures, the SUV doesn’t fare well in terms of braking, offering a stopping distance of 152 feet.

Models

2018 Tesla Model X 

2018 Jaguar I-Pace

2018 Audi e-Tron 

2018 Hyundai Kona EV

0-60 MPH

3.1 sec

4.5

5.7

6.6

Quarter mile

11.2 sec

12.6

13.9

15.1

Curb Weight (lbs)

5,307

4,702 

5,843

3,384

60-0 MPH (ft.)

152

NA

NA

138

The 2018 Tesla Model X manages to wipe out its competition, being the quickest to reach 60 miles an hour and the first one across the quarter-mile mark. The 2018 Jaguar I-Pace follows the Model X closely, while the Hyundai Kona underperforms. However, the Kona happens to be the lightest electric vehicle in the lot, with the bulky Audi e-Tron being the heaviest. 

2018 Tesla Model X electric Fuel Economy

9.4/10

The 2018 Tesla Model X delivers the highest range compared to any other electric SUV in the present-day market. While Tesla claims that the Model X can do 371 miles per charge, the vehicle has realistically delivered 325 miles effortlessly. As far as charging is concerned, you can charge the Model X at your house via a standard 120-volt outlet. It will charge considerably faster with a 240-volt outlet, which one must keep in mind. Model X owners also have access to Tesla's nationwide network of Supercharger stations. At one of these stations, you can charge up to 80 percent of the battery's max capacity in about half an hour. Additionally, owners can get up to 400 kWh (or about 1,000 miles) of charging for free each year at the Supercharger network, with a small fee being incurred after that.

Model

2018 Tesla Model X 

2018 Jaguar I-Pace

2018 Audi e-Tron 

2018 Hyundai Kona EV

Range (Miles)

325

246

222

258

Battery Capacity (kWh)

75

90

85

64

Charging Time 240V (Hours)

10.5

12.6

14.0

7.5

The 2018 Tesla Model X leads the pack with a staggering 325-mile range figure. The Hyundai Kona comes closest, offering 258 miles per charge. While the Model X offers you the flexibility of going for a 75kWh or a 100kWh battery pack, the largest battery packs offered by the Jaguar I-Pace is a 90kWh pack. The Hyundai Kona comes with the smallest battery pack but offers the fastest charging time. 

2018 Tesla Model X electric Interior

9.1/10

The Model X seats five in its standard configuration, but you can increase capacity to six or seven with available upgrades. Standard features include a leather-wrapped steering wheel, heated front seats, a panoramic front windshield (featuring a single piece of glass that runs from the base of the windshield up to the roof over the front row of seats), 12-way power-adjustable front seats, and Falcon Wing rear doors. These double-hinged doors open from the roof and feature sensors to avoid obstacles when they open. Heated rear seats and a heated steering wheel are also available, which certainly is a plus. Depending on whether you get the five-seat, six-seat, or seven-seat Model X, you'll have up to four LATCH systems for installing child seats.

2018 Tesla Model X electric SUV dashboard area

The cabin itself is very roomy and allows for a splendid view of the road outside. The interior materials, while not very high quality, feel good to touch. The overall interior is quite ergonomically well laid-out and feels minimal yet sufficiently equipped. 

2018 Tesla Model X electric SUV front seats

Comparing the competition, the 2018 Tesla Model X offers the most headroom at the front and back rows, being ideally suited for tall people. The Model X also comes with the most shoulder space in both rows, which, again, is a big plus.

Model

2018 Tesla Model X 

2018 Jaguar I-Pace

2018 Audi e-Tron 

2018 Hyundai Kona EV

Passenger capacity

5

5

5

5

Front (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

41.7/60.7/41.2

39.9/57.6/40.9

39.8/58.6/40.8

38.0/55.5/41.5

Second

(Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

40.9/56.8/38.4

38.1/54.6/35.0

38.6/57.2/39.1

37.7/54.5/33.4

The most legroom at the front, is, however, offered by the 2018 Hyundai Kona, and that too by a small margin compared to the Model X. At the back, the Tesla’s legroom is heavily compromised, with the Audi e-Tron offering the most legroom for rear passengers. Some key interior features offered with the 2018 Tesla Model X include: 

  • 12-Way Power Adjustable Driver and Passenger Seat.
  • 4-Way Driver Lumbar Support.
  • Ventilated Front and (Optional) Rear Seats. 
  • Overhead Glass Panel. 
  • Digital Gauge Cluster.
  • Front and Rear Cupholders.
  • Dual-Zone Climate Control.
  • Illuminated Locking Glove Box.
  • Air Filtration

2018 Tesla Model X Infotainment

The Tesla Model X comes with a compelling infotainment unit, offering class-leading tech features. The Model X infotainment comes with a gigantic 17-inch touchscreen that hosts endless apps and settings to play with. The display is phenomenal, and over-the-air updates constantly improve the user experience. Sadly, the Model X does not come with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. Bluetooth audio streaming, however, is easy and seamless. The MOdel X infotainment comes with plenty of other bells and whistles, most of which are controlled via the gargantuan 17-inch touch screen.

2018 Tesla Model X electric SUV infotainment screen

The infotainment also comes with a SiriusXM Radio, along with USB and Aux support. Some key infotainment features of the 2018 Tesla Model X include:

  • 17-inch Touchscreen.
  • SiriusXM Radio.
  • Bluetooth Audio Streaming.
  • Wireless Charging.
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot.
  • 17-Speaker Sound System.
  • Premium Amplifier.

2018 Tesla Model X Cargo Space

The Model X offers 88.1 cubic feet of cargo space, which gets altered depending upon the seating configuration. While the Model X offers the highest cargo capacities in the class, there isn't a lot of small-item storage throughout the cabin. The optional third-row folds flat, which helps when you want to haul large items. However, the second row doesn't fold at all, limiting cargo-carrying versatility.

Model

2018 Tesla Model X 

2018 Jaguar I-Pace

2018 Audi e-Tron 

2018 Hyundai Kona EV

Cargo Volume behind 1st Row (Cubic Feet)

87.8

52.0

57.0

45.8

Comparing the competition, it is clear that the 2018 Tesla Model X completely dominates the cargo space game with the enormous 87.8 cubic feet of cargo volume The closest to the Model X’s cargo figure is that of the Audi e-Tron, which stands at 57.0 cubic feet. The compact Hyundai Kona only manages to offer 45.8 cubic feet of storage space behind the first row. 

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2018 Tesla Model X electric Exterior

7.3/10

The 2018 Tesla Model X has an impactful design and looks quite appealing upfront. The only thing that's missing is a front grille which can make a car look prettier, but Tesla being an electric vehicle, doesn't quite require one. The Model X’s rear doors open upwards, making it look even cooler. The car is sleek and has a low center of gravity which adds up to its safety as well.

2018 Tesla Model X electric SUV

The overall design is very subtle and minimalistic, yet the SUV features familiar-looking proportions, curves, and creases. All in all, there’s no other SUV in the market that comes close to looking like a Tesla Model X, thanks to its clean lines and refreshing, plain theme.

Model

2018 Tesla Model X 

2018 Jaguar I-Pace

2018 Audi e-Tron 

2018 Hyundai Kona EV

Curb weight (lbs.)

5,307

4,702 

5,843

3,384

Length(in)

198.3

184.3

193.0

164.6

Width(in)

81.5

74.6

76.3

70.9

Height(in)

66.0

61.3

65.5

61.2

Ground clearance (in)

7.0

5.6

8.2

6.2

Wheelbase (in)

116.7

117.7

115.3

102.4

The 2018 Tesla Model X comes off as one of the heavier vehicles in the lot, with the smaller Hyundai Kona weighing the least. The Model X also measures the longest and widest, while the Audi e-Tron boasts the greatest height. The Tesla SUV also comes with a decent ground clearance of 7.0 inches, while the Audi e-Tron offers the most ground clearance among the competition. The Jaguar boasts the greatest wheelbase figure of 117.7 inches, which is just a few inches greater than that of the Audi e-Tron and the Tesla Model X. Some major exterior features offered with the 2018 Tesla Model X include:

  • 20-inch Silver Wheels. 
  • Falcon 2nr-Row Doors.
  • Fully Automatic Front Projector Headlights.
  • Heated and Power Adjustable Side Mirrors.
  • Chrome Bodyside Insert and Black Fender Flares.
  • Light Tinted Glass.
  • Speed Sensitive Rain Detecting Variable Intermittent Wipers with Heated Jets.
  • Front Fog Lamps.
  • Perimeter/Approach Lights.
  • LED Brakelights.
  • Tail-Lamp Integrated Charging Port.
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2018 Tesla Model X electric Safety

8.1/10

The Model X has a perfect 5-Star overall crash test rating acknowledged by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Standard driver assistance features include Collision Avoidance, Automatic Emergency Braking, and a Rearview Camera. The Model X also comes with a plethora of active and passive safety features that truly make it stand out as a highly dependable electric vehicle. Some key safety features offered with the 2018 Tesla Model X include:

  • Forward Collision Warning with Pedestrian Detection
  • Electronic Stability and Traction Control
  • Eight Airbags.
  • Four-Wheel Antilock Brakes with Electronic Parking Brake
  • Acoustic Front-Row Safety Belt Warning
  • Rollover Crash Sensor
  • Four LATCH Attachments
  • Rear-Door Child Safety Locks
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Automatic High Beams

2018 Tesla Model X electric Competition

9.0/10

2018 Tesla Model X vs Jaguar I-Pace

The 2018 Jaguar I-Pace manages to give a very tight competition to the Tesla Model X. While the Tesla comes with a superior electric range and a gigantic touchscreen, the Jaguar offers unparalleled refinement. The I-Pace comes with a well-built interior with an excellent collection of materials and finishes. The overall build quality of the I-Pact actually happens to be better than the Model X.

Jaguar I-Pace

If you’re looking to buy a smartphone on wheels, the Tesla Model X is the unquestionable choice. If you want a well-built electric vehicle with genuine character, with a small compromise on technology and range, the Jaguar I-Pace is a fantastic choice. 

2018 Tesla Model X vs Audi e-Tron

The Tesla Model X pretty much outperforms the Audi e-Tron in every imaginable aspect. Audi has somehow not able to make the e-Tron come up to a level that is expected of the German manufacturer. While the Audi SUV is fairly well equipped and offers decent range figures, it just isn’t a great vehicle overall.

Audi e-Tron

The manufacturer is still in the process of improving their electric technology, and while it’ll take the Audi e-Tron to mature over the next few years, we recommend the 2018 Model X over the Audi e-Tron. 

2018 Tesla Model X vs Hyundai Kona EV

For the price, the 2018 Hyundai Kona EV offers fantastic value. While it is slightly unfair to compare the Kona EV directly with the Model X, the price and performance get equally normalized. The Kona has certain build quality issues like the Model X and is certainly under-equipped than the latter.

Hyundai Kona EV

However, if you’re worried about breakdowns or electrical faults, the Kona EV comes with fantastic reliability ratings and will offer you all the basic creature comforts you might need. If you’re willing to try out an electric vehicle, but don’t want to stretch your budget too far, the 2018 Hyundai Kona EV is easily one of the best choices. 

2018 Tesla Model X electric Final Verdict

The 2018 Tesla Model X is packed with features and technology that surpasses its competition’s equipment level by a considerable margin. The Model X is genuinely an engineering masterpiece, offering outstanding electric range and face-melting performance numbers at the same time. With excellent infotainment features, a comfortable interior, and fast charging capabilities, the 2018 Model X offers nearly everything a premium SUV should, while comfortably dusting off your range anxiety with a whopping 325-mile electric range.

2018 Tesla Model X Consumer Reviews and Ratings

8.5

based on 38 ratings


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8.7/10 Safety
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Timothy A. Cerrato

2018 Tesla Model X electric

P100D 4dr SUV AWD (electric DD)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: May 6, 2021

Electric rocket!

Pros - Wicked doors, blistering performance, techy interiors

Cons - Outrageously expensive.

As insane as things on four wheels get Was on the final final stages of getting myself an S63 before driving one of these. No there words to describe this tesla except 'insane'. This launches from standstill like a rocket strapped to its back.60 happens in under 2.5 secs. That's quicker that most of the modern supercars. Shift it into normal modes and the p100d is a perfectly usable city car like any other except for the fancy doors. You get decent range out of this battery pack and it charges quite fast with the optional home charging unit. Booked one for me online. Got an appointment with Kate the next day to get all the paper works done and she also helped me to find the best loaner.

9/10
Features
9/10
Interior
8/10
Design
8/10
Safety
8/10
Reliability
6/10
Deal Value
8/10
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Kenny T. O'Donnell

2018 Tesla Model X electric

100D 4dr SUV AWD (electric DD)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: April 23, 2021

My 2018 Model X

Pros - Amazing performance. Quiet cabin. Huge touchscreen.

Cons - Big windsheild lets in too much of sun. Not that spacious.

Great for long trips! It definitely felt an unusual choice for an SUV back in 2018. It was also the only all-electric SUV available. It is quite swift and practical to live with the Model X. I got the 100D trim which definitely isn't the quickest but has the most range of all trims. As huge the dimesnions of Model X might seem, there isn't much big of storage options in the car. But the seats are extremely comfortable even during longer trips. The kind of noise isolation with a well-damped and quiet interior in the SUV makes me take the Model X on long trips as well. I really like the huge-ass touchscreen interface which is quite fluid and lucid to use. It definitely is a unique piece of engineering for sure!

9/10
Features
9/10
Interior
9/10
Design
9/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
9/10
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William S. Winchell

2018 Tesla Model X electric

75D 4dr SUV AWD (electric DD)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: April 17, 2021

One quick city car.

Pros - Excellent range, Brisk acceleration,premium grade cabin loaded with tech.

Cons - Inconsistant range, Plain interir design

A brisk, convenient and silent car for the streets. Its been a long time wanting a Tesla and finally it was this year that I could gather them dollars to buy one. As like everyone, the first thing that would suprise you would be the acceleration. I have never experienced something like this before. The usable performance is one thing that I like about this car, the ease of usability being the next one. The ability to racharge you car at home is super convenient.I could easily run three days on a single charge. This car can be used as a comfortable daily commuter. In normal drive modes it is far less frantic and is easy to drive around. The connected features are also a boon especially when you want the car to be cool when returning to get it after hours of being parked in the sun. Though the dealership is kinda small, they employ some of the best people there- very friendly and proffesional for that matter.

8/10
Features
9/10
Interior
9/10
Design
9/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
7/10
Deal Value
8/10
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Electric rocket!

As insane as things on four wheels get

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My 2018 Model X

Great for long trips!

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One quick city car.

A brisk, convenient and silent car for the streets.

by William S. Winchell

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economical city commuter

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