The Tesla Model X is now available to the general public, and the cost of entry is $80,000. Of course, that's before any incentives, like the $7,500 federal tax credit.

Model X buyers can choose from three versions: 70D, 90D, and P90D, just like the Model S. With the 70D, you get a 70-kWh battery that's good for an EPA-estimated 220 miles of range, a top speed of 140 miles per hour, and a 0-60 time of six seconds flat. The 90D adds a larger, 90-kWh battery pack, with 257 miles of range, a 155-mph top speed, and a 4.8-second 0-60 sprint. Finally, the performance-oriented P90D uses the same 90-kWh battery pack, but range is decreased to 250 miles. That said, the P90D will run to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds, or an astonishing 3.2 seconds with Ludicrous mode. Tesla's dual-motor all-wheel drive is standard across all Model X lines, and the 90D/P90D come equipped with the smart air suspension.

The standard interior configuration offers five seats, but six- and seven-seat options are available. If you want six seats, that'll be $3,000 extra, and if you desire seven, prepare to shell out $4,000. Tesla's trick Autopilot function costs $2,500, and the air suspension can be added to the 70D for $2,500. Other add-ons include the $4,500 premium package, $2,500 premium sound system, $1,000 subzero weather package, and the $750 towing pack.

P90D models will be the first to arrive, in early 2016. Following that, 90D and 70D models will make their way to customers in mid- and late-2016, respectively.

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