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2020 Tesla Model X

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Automation, style, and tons of space

Do you want to experience the thrill of fast acceleration and the novelty of semi-autonomous driving, without compromising on space and function? If so, the 2020 Tesla Model X could be the SUV for you. The 2020 Model X is a fully electric two- or three-row SUV that seats up to seven people. It's brimming with the latest tech and edgy design, combined with practical measures like ample storage and cargo space. You'll have the wow factor of rear falcon-wing doors that open from the top, while also enjoying the peace of mind of knowing that your Tesla X can fit all the groceries, camping supplies, or sports equipment you need. In short, the Tesla X is as equally able to impress your C-Suite golf buddies as it is your friends at the school gate.

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New for 2020

  • The Model X is available in a new trim called the Long Range Plus.
  • The 100D, 75D, Base, P100D, and Standard Range trims have been discontinued for 2020.
  • Model X trims have been upgraded with Rear Spoiler as standard equipment this year.
  • The Long Range trim now comes with Cruise Control as standard equipment.

Explore Tesla Model X details

Long Range 2WD 4D Sport Utility

Standard Features

  • 20 Inch Plus Wheels
  • 4WD/AWD
  • ABS Brakes
  • Air Conditioning
  • Alloy Wheels
  • AM/FM Stereo
  • Automated Cruise Control
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Auxiliary Audio Input
  • Blind Spot Monitor
  • Bluetooth Technology
  • Front Seat Heaters
  • Heated Steering Wheel
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Leatherette Seats
  • Memory Seat(s)
  • Navigation System
  • Overhead Airbags
  • Parking Sensors
  • Power Hatch/Deck Lid
  • Power Locks
  • Power Mirrors
  • Power Seat(s)
  • Power Windows
  • Rear Defroster
  • Rear View Camera
  • Satellite Radio Ready
  • Side Airbags
  • Smart Key
  • Traction Control

Optional Features

  • Fold-Away Third Row
  • Quad Seats
  • Rear Air Conditioning
  • Third Row Seat

Drive type

2WD

Engine size

0.0L

Transmission

Automatic

5 reasons to buy the 2020 Tesla Model X

1. The wow factor

2020 Tesla Model X Review: Front seats | CarMax

Let's face it, driving a Tesla is cool. It will always be easy to find your car in the parking lot because the 2020 Model X doesn't look like any other SUV. From its falcon-wing doors to its sleek body, the Tesla Model X is a standout, and that's before you even get it running. If you want an SUV that will make people look twice, the Model X is it. Inside, you'll always feel that wow factor, too, thanks to the large touch screen, minimalist style, and impressive power.

2. Powerful acceleration

2020 Tesla Model X Review: Dashboard | CarMax

Once you've gotten over the Tesla Model X's beauty, you'll appreciate its brawn. All 2020 Tesla Model X's come with a 100 kWh battery, that powers two motors, which produce a whopping 518 hp together. In the standard trim, the 2020 Tesla Model X can accelerate from zero to 60 in a blistering 4.4 seconds (when new). We can't promise you'll never be late again, but at least you'll have a blast no matter where you're going.

3. It's family-friendly

2020 Tesla Model X Review: Cargo space | CarMax

Enough with all the glitz and glam. Because, at its heart, the Tesla Model X is a functional family SUV. The 2020 Model X comes standard with seating for five people, although models with three rows fit six or seven, depending on the second-row layout. In addition, the 2020 Tesla Model X has an astounding 88 cu-ft of cargo space, split between a front trunk and a storage area behind the rear seats. You'll be able to load her up and hit the road with the whole crew in tow. 

4. Semi-autonomous driving

2020 Tesla Model X Review: Entertainment screen | CarMax

Tesla's claim to fame is its autonomous driving system, which is standard on all 2020 Tesla Model X. When you're on the highway, the Autopilot mode will accelerate, brake, and steer for you, you just need to keep your hands on the wheel. For an even more hands-off approach to getting where you need to go, choose the available full self-driving mode. With that, the car will switch lanes and even park for you. 

5. All-wheel drive

2020 Tesla Model X Review: Steering wheel and entertainment screen | CarMax

If you live in a cold or snowy climate, no problem—the 2020 Tesla Model X is up for that challenge. All 2020 Tesla Model X comes standard with all-wheel drive. So, next time you need to get to work in bad weather or take the kids off-road for the weekend, you can rely on your Model X to get you there. 

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Here's what you'll find on the 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQC:

  • Apple Carplay® and Android Auto connectivity

  • Leather seats

  • 12.8-inch touchscreen display

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2020 Tesla Model X trims

Standard Range:

  •  EPA-estimated range of 258 miles on a full charge; synthetic leather; heated seats and steering wheel; 17-inch touch screen; autopilot; 17 speaker stereo and more.

Long Range:

  •  Extends the range to an EPA-estimated 328 miles, or 351 miles if you choose Long Range Plus (on a full charge).

Performance: 

  • EPA-estimated range of 272-305 miles (on a full charge), depending on wheels.

    Adds Ludicrous Mode, which accelerates zero to 60 in 2.6 seconds (when new).

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Color options

2020 Tesla Model X Review: Color options | CarMax

Exterior colors

  • Deep Blue Metallic

  • Midnight Silver Metallic

  • Pearl White Multi-Coat

  • Red Multi-Coat

  • Solid Black

Interior colors

  • All Black

  • Black and White

  • Cream

Interior details

The Tesla Model X comes standard with seating for five, although seating for six or seven is available. It comes standard with a second-row bench and two seats in the third row for three-row models. However, second-row captain's chairs are an available option. Heated synthetic leather seats are standard throughout. A massive 17-inch touchscreen display dominates the dash, controlling everything from seat positioning to music. 

Child seat details

The 2020 Tesla Model X has LATCH anchors in the outboard seats of the second and third rows if present. Two-row Model X's will have two LATCH anchors, while three-row models will have four LATCH anchors. A car seat can also be installed in the middle of a second-row bench, but it may restrict access to the third row since it will hang over the outboard seats, keeping them from folding flat or laying forward. Luckily, the 2020 Model X's flagship falcon doors provide plenty of headspace for installing, removing, or adjusting car seats. 

Performance

The 2020 Tesla Model X is a standout when it comes to performance. All Model X's have a 100 kWh battery engine, which produces 518 hp via two electric motors in the base Standard Range model. In that model, the 2020 Tesla Model X has an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 101 MPGe and a range of 258 miles.

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 It can accelerate from zero to 60 in 4.4 seconds and has a top speed of 155 mph (according to the manufacturer, when new). 

The 2020 Tesla Model X Long Range has an EPA-estimated range of 328 miles (on a full charge) and a combined fuel economy of 96 MPGe.

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 On a full charge, the 2020 Long Range Plus has an EPA-estimated range of 351 miles and a combined fuel economy of 105 MPGe.

The 2020 Tesla Model X Performance with 20-inch wheels has an EPA-estimated range of 272 miles on a full charge and an EPA-estimated combined fuel economy of 105 MPGe.

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 The Performance trim also has a top speed of 155 mph, but it can accelerate from zero to 60 in just 2.6 seconds (when new).

Year Comparisons

2016-2022 Tesla Model X (First Generation)

The Model X debuted in 2016 with standard all-wheel drive and two electric motors. Many of the Model X's recognizable features—like falcon-wing doors, a massive touchscreen, and Autopilot mode—were available that year. In 2017, the 100 kWh battery that is now standard was introduced, extending the range. The 2020 model extended the range again. In 2021, the Model X had an interior refresh, which included upgrading the standard audio system from 17 to 22 speakers. 

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