The Tesla Model X is the priciest of all the Teslas, starting at $84,990, which is $5,000 more than the Model S’ base price. Like the sedan, the SUV only has two trim options: Long Range Plus and Performance. Both trims offer dual electric motors and all-wheel drive. Tick all the options, though, and things start to get pricey.

  Purchase Price Fully Loaded Range
Long Range Plus

$79,990

$103,990

351 Miles

Performance

$99,990

$123,990

305 Miles

Optional exterior colors range in price from $1,500 to $2,500 for Red Multi-Coat. Tesla offers three wheel options on the Model X, too: standard 20-inch silver wheels, 20-inch Two-Tone Slipstream wheels ($2,000), and 22-inch Onyx Black wheels ($5,500). 

The Long Range model comes standard with a black interior, but offers optional white and black ($1,500) and cream-colored ($1,500) faux leather finishes, as well. Five-passenger seating is standard, with the seven-passenger version adding $3,500 to the cost and the six-seat configuration with two second-row captain’s chairs costing an additional $6,500. 

On both trims, Autopilot is standard but adding the “Full Self-Driving Capability” is an extra $8,000. A loaded Model X Long Range Plus costs $103,990 with destination, and a Performance model with the same options costs $123,990.