CrossoverTesla81% by Neofiliac Team74% by External Reviewers

Tesla Model X

Mid-Size Crossover

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Product Overview

Model X is the world's first electric crossover SUV with mass-market appeal vis-à-vis internal-combustion-engine-powered counterparts. Blessed with a set of powerful electric motors, Model X is the quickest SUV to have ever been produced.
Tesla has also designed the Model X with a range of innovative safety measures and feature comforts, including the world's most advanced autopilot system in a passenger vehicle, that make it a compelling substitute for traditional internal-combustion-engine-powered SUVs.
In 2021, the Model X received a facelift


What we found

Neofiliac score 81%
  • Down to exceptional 2.8s 0-100kph time
  • Up to awe-inspiring 680hp of power
  • Excellent 0.24 drag coefficient
  • High cargo capacity
  • Poor offroad capabilities for an SUV
  • Somewhat awkward styling

What external reviewers found

External score 74%
  • Superb range
  • Impressive acceleration
  • Comfortable to drive
  • Super quiet
  • Lack of powertrain options
  • Lane changes can be awkward
  • Not as good as a petrol- or diesel-powered SUV
  • Fiddly to use controls
  • Autopilot isn’t for everyone

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External Reviews


Reviewer score 65% (normalized by Neofiliac)
Reviewers from autoexpress have found:
The Tesla Model X electric crossover is expected to outsell the manufacturer's Model S saloon. There's loads of space inside and the quiet, smooth and quick powertrain means it's a great way to travel. It won't appeal to keen drivers, or those with significant demands in terms of range, but if you can afford the high prices then the Model X could just be the SUV for you.
  • Comfortable to drive
  • Impressive acceleration
  • Excellent range
  • Lack of powertrain options


Reviewer score 80% (normalized by Neofiliac)
Reviewers from carmagazine have found:
Our Model X was fitted with Tesla Autopilot, and it remains one of the best driving assistance packages on the market today. Traffic jams, motorway lane changes and sliproads are handled swiftly and smoothly. It errs on the side of aggressively cautious when confronted with cars that wander around their lanes too much. The charging experience will largely be determined by where you are in the country and what you do with your Model X.
  • Fantastic range
  • Supercharger network
  • Easy to use
  • Autopilot isn’t for everyone
  • Lane changes can be awkward


Reviewer score 83% (normalized by Neofiliac)
Reviewers from carwow have found:
Unlike most seven-seat SUVs, there's enough space for adults to get comfy in the Tesla Model X's rearmost seats. It's dead easy to climb in thanks to the sliding middle row of seats. And, by virtue of having no engine in the front, the car also has an extra ‘boot’ under the bonnet with enough space to carry the car's charging cables and a set of golf clubs.
  • Super quiet
  • Powerful electric motor
  • Superb range
  • Not as good as a petrol- or diesel-powered SUV
  • Fiddly to use controls


  1. ^ Tesla Model X review. [autoexpress].
  2. ^ Tesla Model X review: clean, clinical, conspicuous. [carmagazine].
  3. ^ Tesla Model X Review. [carwow].