About the Model X
The Tesla Model X isn't just a fast SUV. It's an eye-poppingly fast, tech-loaded SUV that can seat up to 7 adults, plus all their baggage. It's got a great 100 kWh battery that means its range of up to 351 miles is up there with a standard gas guzzler (without any of the pollution). And it's got those fancy 'Falcon Wing' doors.
314 miles (WLTP)
8 year waranty
or 100,000 miles
5 or 7 seats
0-60 in 4.9s
The Tesla Model X is up there as one the most iconic modern cars - electric or otherwise. The Falcon Wings are an obvious case in point (and, with a low clearance they've been built with practicality in mind, although we defy anyone not to fantasise about being Marty McFly when using them). Clean lines, incredible comfort, and a brilliantly intuitive central console display mean the Tesla Model X justifies its iconic status
*Based on 100D
Tesla are the brand that made electric cars cool. They're the ones at the forefront of the conversations about shifting to a zero emissions transport system, and, most importantly, normalising electric vehicles. A company that has been set up with a total focus on the cleanest cars (rather than as an extension of their existing line) means they score big on sustainability.
Fuel cost comparison
Fuel cost (yearly)
Tesla Model X
Range Rover Discovery
A massive selling point for the Tesla is the unrivalled charging network, with more dedicated Superchargers than any other provider. The chargers are set up in some of the most convenient locations, especially motorway service stations. Add that to the superlative battery performance, and suddenly you're looking at the same experience and time for long journeys as a standard petrol or diesel car. No long waits to charge, and no scouting round the local area to find a charger. A Tesla may not be for most budgets, but it undoubtedly delivers the full package.
Six luxurious, capacious seats...it's very comfortable to drive in.
Robert Llewellyn, Fully Charged
Most "supercar"-like of all the electric vehicles on the market but with practicality at its heart.
Octopus Electric Vehicles
*All cost comparisons are based on driving 8000 miles per year, charging at home from an empty battery to a full one, for an Octopus Energy customer on Octopus Go, the tariff designed for EV drivers. If you regularly use charging networks this might be slightly different