Available new from: March 2019  -  April 2019

Tesla Model X SUV (16 on)


Power417 bhp
Top Speed155 mph
0-60 mph4.7 secs
Torque660 Nm, 487 ft-lb
Electric rangeN/a
CO2 Emissions0 g/km
Euro Emissions Standard-
Miles Per Tank-
Battery size 100 kWh
Battery warranty Unlimited
Example times to recharge battery
To recharge from 0-100% takes 6 hours at a charge rate of 16.5 kW
To recharge from 0-100% takes 2 hours at a charge rate of 50 kW
To recharge from 0-80% takes 0 hours 40 minutes at a charge rate of 120 kW

Note: A standard household socket can charge at around 3kW; to access higher-power (faster) charging times requires the installation of a home fast-charger or use of a public charge point.

Charging coupler / connector Type 2


Miles per pound (mpp)Miles per pound - home charging*18.7 mpp
Miles per pound (mpp)Miles per pound - public charging*9.3 mpp
What is miles per pound (mpp)?
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Additional cost to lease battery? No
Energy consumption
Latest test standard (WLTP) Explanation
Electric fuel economy explained
Instead of fuel consumption in mpg, the official fuel economy measure for electric cars is their energy consumption in miles per kilowatt-hour (kWh). That is, how many miles they can travel on one kWh of electrical energy. So, the higher the figure, the better.
To compare an electric car's fuel economy to a petrol or diesel car, look for Parkers' exclusive miles per pound measure (mpp).
Mpp shows how far any car will go on a pound's worth of fuel, whatever type of fuel it uses.
2.8 miles/kWh
Insurance group-
Annual road tax£320
Monthly company car tax cost (Basic Rate)£246 - £246
Monthly company car tax cost (Higher Rate)£493 - £493


Fuel Capacity-
Turning Circle-

Equipment list & trim options

Cabin & Luggage

Luggage Capacity-
Unbraked Towing Weight-
Braked Towing Weight-


Engine Size-
Fuel TypeElectric
Gearbox1 Speed
Drivetrain4 wheel drive
*Where a range of mpp is shown the low figure relates to a version of this car fitted with all optional extras that reduce fuel economy; the high figure to a version fitted with no such options. A single figure indicates there are no options available that affect fuel economy. Based on WLTP combined fuel economy for versions of this car made since September 2017 only, and typical current fuel or electricity costs.