The all-electric model appears to be in its final stages of development with only the headlights and taillights being covered with black camouflage. We also noticed some of the windows are taped for some reason.
The crossover is expected to debut before the end of the year, offering “the space and functionality of a sport utility vehicle”, combined with “seating for seven adults and the uncompromised performance of an electric car”. The Model X will be available with the same battery options as the Model S, which means there will be a 60 kWh and 85 kWh versions with 380 HP (280 kW) and a range-topping 85 kWh Performance with 691 HP (508 kW).
From what we know so far, the production vehicle will feature the falcon wing doors from the Model X concept, “allowing easy access to the third row seat, even from the narrowest of parking spaces”.