Tesla’s Model X is coming to Taiwan

The China Post
Date: March 8, 2017
By: By Christine Chou

After delivering the first batch of the Model S vehicles to Taiwan earlier this year, electric

The falcon-wing doors of Tesla Motor’s Model X lift upward during a demonstration at the vehicle’s launch party in Taipei on Tuesday, March 7. The world’s most celebrated electric car maker is introducing the Model X to Taiwan, making it the second vehicle to hit local streets after the Model S. (CNA)

car maker Tesla Motors unveiled Tuesday its second vehicle to hit local streets: the Model X, a family-friendly all-electric sports utility vehicle (SUV) that starts at around NT$4.04 million.

The Model X is the third vehicle produced by the automaker, after the Roadster — which was discontinued in 2012 — and the Model S sedan.

It expects to debut the new, lower-priced sedan Model 3 later this year. Selling for under US$40,000, Tesla’s Model 3 has already received over 400,000 orders worldwide in about a month.

The Model X, which was introduced in 2015, features rear upward-opening falcon-wing doors as well as a driver’s door that opens on approach and closes itself when the driver is seated.    [FULL  STORY]

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