At first glance, the Model X looks a lot like the Model S sedan and that’s a good thing. However, its tall profile sets it apart. Tesla uses a simple teardrop layout for aerodynamic purposes. Its overall look is stark. Models from Audi, Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz bring the verve, but then they're not electric and therefore use a more natural design flow with the usual exterior embellishments.
The most significant feature about the exterior involves the rear falcon doors. These doors open out and lift up, transforming this goose into a swan. That said, they are more gimmicky than useful, so we're not especially keen on them.
Inside, you'll find room for five as standard. Additional seating options supply space for six or seven. The drawback here is a loss in storage space, but keep in mind that this SUV has a "frunk" – a front trunk to go with its standard cargo space. The electric battery sits underneath the vehicle, maximizing passenger room and cargo space.
The interior is spacious and open, thanks in part to an expansive windshield that extends up over the driver’s head. This layout requires sun visors that are unrolled from the inside pillars. The standard model is clean and simple, but it's dominated by a 17-inch touchscreen used to manage such functions as the audio system, ventilation, and the sunroof.