The Model X Signature edition will come with a 90 kilowatt-hour battery, an EPA estimated range of 240 miles on one charge, get to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, and boast a top speed of 155 mph. The news was first reported by Inside EVs, Forbes and Bloomberg. The $132,000 price tag is before the federal tax credit or state or local incentives.
A Tesla spokesperson confirmed the pricing in an email. But the spokesperson added that there has been “some confusion” because that Signature Model X “is a limited edition release with fully spec’ed options. The limited edition Model S Signature series went for a similar price.”
“The Model X options and prices will be comparable to current Model S,” the spokesperson said.
A $10,000 Ludicrous Mode speed upgrade drops the 0-60 to 3.2 seconds.
The Model X information is not available publicly on Tesla’s Model X page. But those with a reservation for the Signature Series are getting invitations from Tesla to spec them out. A Signature Model X requires a $40,000 deposit. That compares to a $5,000 security for a standard X, as pointed out by Inside EVs.
Tesla has said that deliveries of the X will begin by the end of September.