Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
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Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Image Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Image Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Image Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Image Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Tesla Debuts Its New Crossover SUV Model, Tesla X
  • Tesla Debuts Its New Crossover SUV Model, Tesla X
  • Image Credit: Justin Sullivan via Getty Images
Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Image Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Image Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Tesla Debuts Its New Crossover SUV Model, Tesla X
  • Tesla Debuts Its New Crossover SUV Model, Tesla X
  • Image Credit: Justin Sullivan via Getty Images
Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Image Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Image Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Model X SUV Reveal
  • Image Credit: Bloomberg via Getty Images
The Tesla Model X all-electric crossover will have no shortage of bells and whistles. Already, the California-based automaker is releasing details about its firmware 7.0 software features, Teslarati says. And given that updates will be able to be given over the air, some continuous improvements are in store.

Most notably, the software will give the SUV self-driving features such as automatic lane-changing and self-parallel-parking capabilities. There also will be remote independent door control as well as five different ride settings at various heights. Among the Model X's cold-weather controls are heating for the steering wheel, wipers, defrosters and, of course, the seats. Finally, there are some dashboard-graphics improvements.

Earlier this week, Tesla chief Elon Musk was in full rock-star mode as he showed off the Model X and its stunning falcon-winged rear doors to an appreciative public at the company's factory in the San Francisco Bay Area. The model's first versions were delivered to their real well-heeled owners, while the EPA estimated that the Model X 90D has a single-charge range of 257 miles, or a smidgeon less than the Model S sedan's.

Musk has said that the Model X will be priced at a $5,000 premium compared to the Model S. That means the SUV will cost somewhere in the $80,000 to $110,000 range. The super-high-end Founders Series variants of the Model X that were delivered this week went for $132,000 and up. For about $10,000 more, those versions come with the "Ludicrous Speed" option, which rockets the SUV from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.2 seconds.

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