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      alexkoolur
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      looks horrible

      Zaki
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      Inside or out, that does not look like a $130k vehicle.And given how cheap the gas is, this EV is just wrong.
      Smooth Motor
      • 1 Day Ago

      This is not a good looking vehicle and white makes it look even worse (like an egg).  Be that as it may, I'm sure Consumer Reports has already written their review on the Model X and it will score at least 130 on a scale of 0-100.

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