As a comparison, the EPA also shows the estimates for the Model S. In standard form, the government says the sedan can travel 270 miles and get a 100-mpge rating (combined). Meanwhile, the performance version cuts that back to 253 miles of distance and 93 mpge combined. Note, the 90-kWh specs aren't recertified by the EPA for 2015, so the agency still shows them the same as an 85-kWh Model S.
The first deliveries of the Model X are the posh Signature Series model for those with reservations. With prices starting at $132,000, it includes amenities like Tesla's Autopilot system, an air suspension with GPS memory, an upgraded stereo, and ventilated and heated seats. For an extra $10,000, the Ludicrous Speed upgrade allows the crossover to sprint to 60 miles per hour in a claimed 3.2 seconds. Future versions should be cheaper at around $5,000 more than a comparable Model S, according to Elon Musk. We should have a lot more details about Tesla's first CUV after the reveal, so stay tuned.