It’s been over a year now since the Model X stumbled its way to market. It was unfashionably late and the first cars to roll off the assembly line were riddled with problems, but none of that stopped the thing from being a car that put the industry on notice, gathering a lot of attention from a lot of people who generally couldn’t care less about cars — especially SUVs.
But the Model X isn’t just an SUV. It’s an electric SUV, of course, but it’s a lot more than that, too. It’s quicker than most sports cars on the road, yet far more practical and more comfortable. It offers a selection of luxury appointments rarely found on cars not costing well into the six figures and it manages to fit three rows of seats in a distinctive shape in a segment full of me-too crossovers.
The Model X is an interesting proposition, but now in its second year of full production, is it still the car of the future it was in 2016?
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