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Tesla releases a cheaper version of its Model X SUV

14 July 2016

The new Model X 60D can achieve 0-60mph in 6.0 seconds and costs less than £60,000, but has a shorter range than the other models.

Model X 60D (Credit: Tesla)

Much like it did with the Model S in June, Tesla has launched a newer and cheaper version of its Model X SUV range. Achieving 0-60mph in 6.0 seconds, the 60D range has a top speed of 130mph, according to Tesla. 

The noticeable difference is its range; the previous 75D model can achieve 259 miles on full charge, whereas the 60D achieves 220. The battery outputs at 60kWh but its actually using the same battery found on the 75D, just with limited output. This means that drivers will have the opportunity in the future to pay an additional cost and unlock extra battery capacity.

You can order the new Model X 60D now and get it by September!

For more information visit the Tesla Model X website.


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