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Tesla's range of luxury electric cars is steadily growing and even though the upcoming Model 3 is receiving the lion's share of attention, the Model X SUV is also catching many people's eyes.
Like the Model S, it's pitched as a premium EV packed with technology and performance, but it's a far more practical option than its saloon stablemate.
The Model X is a fairly unique proposition on the market – this is a seven-seat electric people carrier with supercar-rivalling performance, a minimalist interior and a price tag befitting its premium-edged background. The only cars that come close are hybrid versions of the most expensive conventional SUVs, such as the Range Rover and Audi Q7.
It's Tesla's first SUV, but it might not be its last. Rumours suggest a smaller and cheaper Model Y crossover could arrive in a few years to sit underneath the Model X.
The Model X looks quite different to its petrol and diesel-powered siblings. It's a low, round SUV and uses Tesla's most recent design language, with a blank-looking face and small "moustache-style" grille.
Its looks won't be to everyone's tastes, says Auto Express. "The blank nose looks oddly unfinished, and the high, flat tailgate and boot spoiler look a little awkward", it says, before adding that the hunched body shape will no doubt have its fans, even if it does look unconventional compared to other SUVs.
Read more: http://www.theweek.co.uk/76761/tesla-model-x-suv-everything-you-need-to-know