Tesla’s Model X refresh for both Long Range and Plaid versions are set to deliver in the May to June timeframe for new orders placed today. But for first Model X refresh orders, some have been told to expect their SUVs by March.
Now, according to The Kilowatts, Tesla’s Model X refresh has been spotted at its Fremont factory lot, with images shared on Thursday:
While it’s not exactly unexpected to see a Model X refresh at Tesla’s factory, it is exciting to see one of the new versions out in the public eye and not behind closed doors. You can see the images of the Model X refresh above with Deep Blue Metallic paint.
Tesla’s Model X refresh starts at $89,990 USD for the Long Range AWD version, and $119,990 USD for the Plaid configuration.
The Kilowatts previously spotted a Tesla Model S refresh at the Fremont factory as well, along with one driving out in the wild too.
Earlier today, CEO Elon Musk confirmed in an email to employees, “Model S/X production lines are almost done retooling and will be aiming for max production next quarter. There is high demand, so we will soon need to go back to two shifts for S/X. Please recommend friends to recruiting!”.
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