It’s now easier than ever to get behind the wheel of a Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] Model X thanks to the addition of a new 60D option.
Tesla announced the 60-kilowatt-hour, dual-motor option for its electric SUV on Tuesday.
The option is already available for order, with anyone placing an order now able to take delivery in late September at the earliest.
The 60D brings the starting price of the Model X to $75,200, or $9,000 less than before. The electric SUV’s previous point of entry was the $84,200 75D option.
2016 Tesla Model X
Remaining at the top of the range are the 90D and P90D, priced from $96,700 and $116,700, respectively. All figures include Tesla’s standard $1,200 destination charge.
There aren’t any EPA-rated numbers for the 60D but Tesla estimates a 200-mile range. That’s not bad considering the pricier 75D only has 37 mi more range.
If economy isn’t your thing, you’ll be happy to note that the 60D will sprint to 60 mph in a brief 6.0 seconds and top out at 130 mph.
The 60-kwh battery option for the Model X isn’t at all surprising as Tesla only last month added it to its Model S. The option brought the price of the electric sedan down to just $67,200.