Tesla Model X

Tesla Model X at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

Tesla Model X at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs

Tesla Model X at Tint Magic Window Tinting Coral Springs, we applied Llumar CTX Nano-Ceramic Tint to all windows for the best heat rejection and UV protection. Llumar CTX Nano-Ceramic Tint give you more than 99% UV protection to help protect your skin and your vehicle’s upholstery from sun damage.

Tesla Model X

The Model X might be the greenest—and fastest—way to tote up to 7 people over hill and dale. In our test the P90D went from 0 to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds and has a 250-mile range; Tesla says the P100D hits 60 mph in 2.9 seconds and has a 289-mile range. The 75D and 90D have 238 and 257 miles of range; both are slower to 60 mph. The X is actually practical, with all-wheel drive, a high-tech cabin, and the striking but fussy Falcon Wing doors. Tesla’s Autopilot semi-autonomous driving is optional.

The rear doors release with an audible click, and then the electric motors whir as the doors begin their slow skyward ascent. It’s the Model X’s big trick, and a dubious tie to the hubris of DeLorean, Bricklin, and Icarus.

These aren’t mere gullwing doors, though; they’re far more complex. Power actuated and lined with capacitive, inductive, and sonar sensors behind the aluminum skin to keep them from delivering an uppercut to your head or garage ceiling, the doors are hinged above the glass to automatically fold away from parked cars and obstacles. They’re probably the smartest doors ever fitted to a car. But do you want complicated doors? Mostly you just want doors to open easily, quickly, and provide a large-enough portal to let you into the cabin. Fully open, the Falcon Wing door provides a large entry, but it’s still easy to smack your head on the tip of the wing.

There’s a wait, too. The Falcon Wing doors take five and a half seconds to open—six to close—and occasionally the sensors halt their progress, even when there’s nothing in the way. For as smart as these doors are, it turns out that even semisentient doors with echolocation are pretty dumb. And yet, the dumbest part of the Model X is the first thing you will show off.

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