Tesla didn’t hold back anything when it built the Model X. There is no sport utility vehicle that is safer, faster, and more capable throughout history. It comes with all-wheel drive as standard and it is powered by a 90 kWh battery that allows the car to be driven 250 miles on a single charge.
As many as seven grown-ups can be accommodated in the Model X. It also has enough storage space to fit all of their gear. Tesla made no compromises when it engineered the Model X. It is incredibly fast, taking only 3.2 seconds to accelerate from a standstill to 60 mph.
Tesla claims that safety was its top priority and it is certainly evident in each part of Model X. You never have to worry about a rollover since the risk has been cut down to nearly zero with the battery mounted on the floor, lowering the center of gravity.
The occupants are protected from side impact intrusions by the battery structure. Since it doesn’t have a gasoline engine, the massive front trunk can absorb very strong impacts. Collisions are easily avoided since the driver receives real-time feedback generated by a continuous scan on the surrounding roadway with camera, radar as well as sonar systems.
When an emergency is detected, brakes will be automatically activated even at highway speeds. If you’re looking for the safest car on the road, search no further. You’ve found it in the Tesla Model X.
Designed with an electric architecture from the ground up, the Tesla X is the first SUV to ever be able to get 5 star safety rating in all categories, according to the automaker’s comprehensive crash tests.
Because the Model X has no need for a gasoline engine under its hood, it has a big crumple zone that can absorb the force of impact even during high speeds. SUVs are known to have a rollover risk. But since the Model X’s battery is located on the floor, it has a very low center of gravity, making a rollover virtually impossible.
Passengers and the battery alike are protected by aluminum pillars reinforced with steel rails. These also make the roof much stiffer. Accidents are prevented by the Model X’s automatic emergency braking and side collision features that come as standard.
No other auto company offers a standard AEB system that works at high speed. All Model X units are capable of advanced autopilot moves with their radar, forward-looking camera, and 360 degree sonar sensors.
Updates on the Tesla Model X are regularly done over the air so its features are always at the top of its game, bringing it nearer to being operated autonomously and having increasingly more advanced safety and convenience systems such as Autopark and Autosteer.