After having disappeared for some time from the map of the Old Continent, the large models of You’re here They go back to Europe and do it through the front door. Because? Well, because the American brand has decided to bring back the Tesla Model S and Model X with the most efficient versions, that is to say the Tesla Model S Tiles there Pattern X Poster. Two cars with more than 1,000 horsepower (it will be said soon) and whose prices in Spain have already been announced.
The Tesla Model S and the Model X they are returning to Europe, as the American company has just announced in a recent press release, logically including the Spanish market. The first deliveries to customers are expected from November or December this year, although according to the configurator the estimated delivery date is between December 2022 and February 2023 for both models.
Indeed, both models are available again in the brand’s configurator, and it is now possible to order both the Model S and the Model X. Both models come with impressive numbers: three electric motors, 1,020 horsepower and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.1 seconds (in the Model S Plaid) are some of its references. The prices are not left out in this game of big numbers: they start from 139,990 euros. Let’s take a closer look at each model.
The propellant is the same in both cases, although the advantages vary due to differences in size, weight, aerodynamics, etc. The Tesla Model S Tiles It does 0-100 km/h in 2.1 seconds and the quarter mile in 9.23 seconds, making it one of the fastest production cars in the world. It reaches 322 km/h in top speed and homologates 600 kilometers of WLTP autonomy.
The Model S Plaid costs 139,990 euros in Spain in white, with standard 19″ Tempest wheels and a black interior. The black paint has an additional cost of 1,800 euros, while the multicoat paints Midnight Silver metallic, Dark blue metallic and Red have an additional cost of 2,200 euros. As an option, you can also choose with 21-inch wheels (4,900 euros).
The interior, in addition to the standard black, can be chosen in black and white and cream (2,400 euros). In all cases, the decorative moldings are made of carbon fiber. By the way, it comes standard with the controversial ‘Yoke’ flyer. There are two other additional options in terms of semi-autonomous driving: the enhanced autopilot, which costs 3,800 euros, and the so-called “Full Autonomous Driving Capability”, which costs 7,500 euros.
Standard equipment includes a 960-watt 22-speaker audio systemroad noise reduction system, three screens (17″ central screen, 12.3″ driver’s screen and 8″ second row screen), heating in all seats, front seat ventilation, three-zone climate control, adaptive air suspension, panoramic tinted glass roof , rear trunk with automatic opening and closing, armrest in the second row with glove box and wireless charger and free premium connectivity for 1 year, among others.
For his part, the Pattern X Poster part from 143,990 euro. In this case, the autonomy remains at 528 kilometers WLTP, while the maximum speed is only 262 km/h. Acceleration is also a little worse, although it’s still enough to scare anyone getting into your car: it takes 2.6 seconds to go from 0 to 100 km/h and 9.9 seconds to complete the shift. of a thousand. The brand’s largest SUV comes with 20-inch wheels as standard, and you can choose 22-inch Turbine wheels as an option for an additional 5,900 euros.
Unlike other Model X versions, which can be chosen with 5, 6 or 7 seats, Model X Plaid can only be configured with 6 seats. On the other hand, it is capable of towing up to 2,250 kilos. As in the case of the Model S Plaid, by ordering now, the estimated delivery date is December 2022-February 2023.
Orders for twin-engine Model S and Model X will be open throughout 2023, less powerful but with greater autonomy (up to 634 kilometers in the Model S) and with a lower price. European deliveries of the dual-motor Model S and Model X will begin in 2023, although the brand did not detail the date in more detail.