Tesla has unveiled a new SUV that’s designed to offer safety and performance enhancements for its owners, even in cases where its owners can’t drive.
The all-electric Model X SUV, which will debut in 2019, has a number of new features and features that will make it even safer than its predecessor, the Model S, which has been available in India for more than a decade.
The Model X is available in seven different trim levels, including the premium Sport, with an expected retail price of $81,000.
The Model X has a large backrest that makes it easier to roll up and is available with an optional rear-facing safety glass.
The rear seat also includes a rear-mounted safety glass and a small trunk for storage.
The roof has a heated roof rack.
The front seats have adjustable headrests, which can be adjusted from 12 to 18 inches.
There’s also a folding rear seat that can be folded up for storage and storage area.
The new SUV comes with seven different interior trim levels including the Premium, Sport, Premium Sport, Executive, Sport Executive, Premium Executive, Executive and Premium Executive.
The seats are available in different widths and heights and offer up to 20 inches of legroom.
The Tesla SUV has a safety rating of 85 on the Autonomous Driving category, and it’s rated for 85 miles per gallon in the city and 85 miles on the highway.
Tesla says the SUV will offer up with up to 12-hour battery life.
Tesla said the SUV can travel for more distance on a single charge by using a charging system that includes an electric motor, a lithium-ion battery pack and a charger.
The electric motor is rated for 60,000 miles and is capable of producing over 2,000 horsepower, while the lithium-iron battery pack is rated at 200 kWh and can produce over 1,000 kilowatt hours.
The charging system can deliver up to 8 miles of range per charge.
Tesla has also said that the Model X will have a base price of around $80,000 when it launches.
The new SUV is expected to cost $80 to $85,000 for the Premium and Executive trim levels.