The Tesla Model X might be the greenest—and one of the fastest—way to tote up to seven people over hill and dale. As the crossover cousin to the brand’s iconic Model S sedan, the X is actually practical, with all-wheel drive, a high-tech cabin with room for up to seven, and striking but fussy Falcon Wing doors. Two models are offered, both with over 300 miles of driving range, and each one is impressively quick thanks to two onboard electric motors; the Model X also handles quite nicely for such a heavy SUV, thanks in part to the fact that its batteries are mounted in the floor, creating a low center of gravity. The cabin is snazzy and rich with technology, but those expecting outright luxury will be disappointed.

All Model Xs come standard with two electric motors—one at the front axle and one at the rear—which enables them with all-wheel-drive capability. The standard Long Range model is quick and Tesla claims a zero-to-60-mph time of 4.4 seconds. A high-performance variant is also offered which comes with a 305-mile range and a claimed zero-to-60-mph time of 2.7 seconds when its Ludicrous Mode is engaged. Handling is respectable, but the Model X’s party trick is really the strong acceleration generated by its electric motors.

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