We already know most of what there is to know about the electric SUV from Tesla called the Model X. While the top of the line Signature Edition has a starting price around $130,000, it turns out that base models will be offered at a much lower – if not quite affordable starting price.
According to the configurator that those who reserved Model X’s are using to spec out their cars, pricing for the entry-level Model X start at $80,000. The base version is the 70D. The next step up is the 85 with an 85P performance version also offered. That 85 version will start at $90,000 with the 85P starting at $110,000.
Naturally, options will run the price up with the seven seat config adding $4,000, autopilot for $2,500, $4,500 for a prettification package, $2,500 for air suspension, a $2,500 stereo package, a $1,000 cold weather package, and a $750 towing package. Destination charges add another $1200 to the price.
Keep in mind that all of those prices are before any tax credits or government incentives, which can easily trim $7,000 to $10,000 off the price of a pure electric in most states.
Source:: 95 Octane