The 2022 Tesla Model X is essentially unchanged from the prior year. However, a flurry of price increases has kept the electric SUV the brand's most expensive model. Base pricing currently starts at $111,690 including destination for the entry-level Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive configuration.
The cheapest Model X offers a range of up to 332 miles and 0-60 mph acceleration of 3.8s. Although the more expensive Plaid variant offers just 313 miles, a Tri-Motor All-Wheel Drive setup enables it to blast off in just 2.5s. Those are impressive specs for an SUV seating up to seven passengers.
With the optional $10,000 Full Self-Driving package, a fully-loaded Model X currently costs over $140,000. The technology offers advanced features like Summon, Auto Lane Change, and Autopark, with additional capabilities like Autosteer for city streets coming at an undetermined later date.
The 2022 Tesla Model X is on sale now. However, the delivery wait is currently early 2023 for the entry-level configuration. Given that there's an ongoing chip shortage and the fact that Tesla doesn't have a traditional dealer network, there could be limitations in your ability to buy a Model X.
Pictured: 2022 Tesla Model X