model x 2024

The model x 2024 is a benchmark among luxury three-row EV SUVs. It balances a comfortable ride with agile handling, and its acceleration in Plaid guise is quick enough to embarrass many supercars. Its long battery range and easy charging via Tesla’s expanding network of Superchargers are also noteworthy. Read more

However, the model x 2024 has some drawbacks. Its lack of smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto is a nuisance, and its large touchscreen is a distraction when trying to operate the vehicle. Also, the model x’s controversial steering wheel and removal of traditional column stalks have taken some drivers by surprise. And, because the model x is only sold in left-hand drive, driving on British roads can be confusing and tricky.

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Another issue is the model x’s price tag. Even in its entry-level LR AWD configuration, it’s pricier than competing luxury EV SUVs, such as the Audi Q8 e-tron and Mercedes-Benz EQS. The model x’s standard suite of advanced driver assistance features is impressive, but its optional Enhanced Autopilot adds automatic lane changing and highway self-driving capability. When properly equipped, the model x can tow up to 5000 pounds. The EPA hasn’t evaluated the 2024 model, but its essentially identical 2023 counterpart is rated to get 102 MPGe in city driving and 93 MPG on the highway. It can travel up to 335 miles on a single charge, which is a solid figure for a large electric SUV.