Fortunately, we don't have too long to wait--the Model X will enter production within a year according to the company's schedule. And when it does, it will come standard with all-wheel drive.
That last tidbit might seem like the price of entry for a rather luxurious crossover these days, but it hadn't been confirmed until Green Car Reports uncovered the facts at the prompting of a reader, who had noticed the two-wheel-drive option was missing from Tesla's website.
All-wheel-drive is a common feature among crossovers, but Tesla's version is likely to be far more advanced in some ways than what you'll find on combustion-powered vehicles. Why? Because Tesla's system can control the power distribution to each wheel much more quickly and with finer control thanks to its electric motors.
For the full details, head over to Green Car Reports.