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Full Australian pricing for the 2017 Tesla Model X range has been revealed today, ahead of its arrival later this year.

A fortnight ago the company released the launch pricing of the base 60D variant, which will start at $111,900 plus on-road costs.

Now, pricing for the 75D, 90D and P90D have been announced for the Australian range, though local equipment and features are still yet to be confirmed.

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However, overseas markets have the following options available:

  • Seven seat configuration (adds two extra seats, along with additional heating and cooling)
  • Six seat configuration (adds the extra two seats, but removes the middle seat in the second row for easier entry and exit)
  • Autopilot (this includes Autopilot, summon, semi-automatic parking and radar cruise control)
  • Premium interior package (HEPA air filtration unit, ventilated front seats, Alcantara headliner, soft LED interior lighting, dynamic LED headlights and fog lights)
  • Smart air suspension (includes geocaching of suspension raise locations)
  • Sub zero weather package (heated windscreen wipers, heated seats and heated steering wheel)
  • Ultra high-fidelity sound system (includes 17 speaker sound system)
  • Towing package (with 2300kg towing capacity)
  • High amperage charging upgrade (increases charging capacity from 48A to 72A)

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The Model X range will top out at $172,100 plus on-road costs (and luxury car tax) for the flagship P90D.

By comparison, the pre-facelift Model S P90D was $169,500 before on-road costs, making the extra practicality of the Model X somewhat of a bargain.

Depending on region, the P90D’s on-road cost, including Luxury Car Tax, stamp duty, registration and compulsory third-party insurance, will come out at between $200,000 and $215,000.

According to Tesla the top-of-the range Model X P90D will deliver a maximum 467-kilometre range, sprint from 0-100km/h in just 3.4 seconds on its way to a top speed of 250km/h.

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Filling out the range will be the 75D at $125,000 and the 90D at $143,000, both excluding on-road costs and luxury car tax. Including LCT and on-road costs will push those two upwards of $145,000 and $160,000 respectively – again depending on the region.

With first deliveries of the all-electric SUV to commence towards the end of the year, expect full equipment and specification details to be released closer to the release date.

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