Tesla’s new Model X vehicle starts selling at $132,000

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Silicon Valley’s Tesla has just launched its new Model X vehicle. The electric car maker is targeting a new segment of the market with a crossover SUV-style vehicle.

The all-electric crossover SUV goes from 0 to 60 in just 3.2 seconds and exceeds five star safety ratings, as illustrated by this side impact test showing the damage from a Model X on the left and a competitor on the right.

CCTV’s Mark Niu filed this report from Fremont, California.

Tesla's new Model X vehicle starts selling at $132,000

Tesla's new Model X vehicle starts selling at $132,000

Silicon Valley's Tesla has just launched its new Model X vehicle. The electric car maker is targeting a new segment of the market with a crossover SUV-style vehicle.The all-electric crossover SUV goes from 0 to 60 in just 3.2 seconds and exceeds five star safety ratings, as illustrated by this side impact test showing the damage from a Model X on the left and a competitor on the right. CCTV's Mark Niu filed this report from Fremont, California.


D.R. Barton on the future of electric cars

CCTV is joined by D.R. Barton, the Chief Technical Strategist at Money Map Pres.

D.R. Barton on the future of electric cars

D.R. Barton on the future of electric cars

CCTV is joined by D.R. Barton, the Chief Technical Strategist at Money Map Pres.