Able to travel nearly 300 miles on a single charge and achieve 60 mph in less than three seconds, the 2019 Tesla Model X makes owning an electric vehicle a viable alternative to a gasoline-powered model. New competitors from Audi and Jaguar now challenge Tesla’s dominance in the electric-car field, and more are on the way.
New Features and Revisions
For 2019, the Tesla Model X drops the old naming designation and creates a simplified trim lineup: Model X Standard, Long Range and Performance. Autopilot is now standard, and we’ve heard rumors of a revised dash and interior appearing before the 2019 model year ends.