Updated from 9:24 a.m. to include additional information in the fifth paragraph.
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The electric SUV, which was introduced in September, is now available in three battery options -- 70D, 90D and P90D -- and starts at $80,000 for the 70D model, the lower-end version of the vehicle.
It's unclear how many Model X units have been sold so far, with just a handful having been introduced at the company's September event, which went to Tesla board member Steve Jurvetson, Alphabet (GOOG) - Get Report (GOOGL) - Get Report co-founder Segrey Brin, and a few other owners.
On the company's third-quarter conference call, CEO Elon Musk said Tesla "feel[s] very confident of being able to get to several hundred vehicles per week by the end of the year," referring to Model X production. Some of the initial constraints have been minor items, Musk noted -- such as door seals and the second row seat. The important point is no fundamental obstacle of getting to several hundred per week next month, Musk said on the call.
The Model X, which also comes with Dual Motor all-wheel drive, is the company's third car, but only second in production, behind the Model S, which was introduced in June 2012. The Model X had originally been scheduled for launch earlier this year, but due to production issues, it was pushed back to the end of the third quarter.
The Palo Alto, Calif.-based company came under some criticism from Wall Street due in part to the high price of the Signature Series version of the Model X, which costs $142,000 when fully loaded.
Here are the different configurations of the Model X.
Tesla Model X 70D
The lowest end version of the SUV, this starts at $80,000 and has a range of 220 miles and can go 0-60 in 6 seconds.
Model X 90D version
The mid-ranged version of the SUV, this comes with a 90-kWh battery that travels 267 miles on a single charge and can go 0-60 in 4.8 seconds.
Model X P90D version
This is the high end version of the Model X and the specs show that in spades. The SUV, which starts at $132,000, can go 0-60 mph in 3.8 seconds. For an extra $10,000, you can go 0.60 in 3.2 seconds, reaching a top speed of 155 mph.