Tesla, the company that rolls out its fair share of electric cars, and has recently been looking at the possibility of powering your home with their own battery pack, is also behind the Tesla Model X. Well, it does look as though a prototype of this particular ride has been spotted in California (where else), and you can’t really get any clearer than what you see above at this point in time.
The Model X from Tesla is touted to arrive some time in the third quarter of this year, which is why a prototype of the vehicle being spotted in the wild should not come across as any surprise. The image that you see above hails from those who have spotted the electric car that does not come with any camouflage.
In Tesla’s shareholder letter that was released in December 2014, the “Model X development remains on plan for initial customer deliveries starting in Q3. Over 30 Beta Model X vehicles have been built and are undergoing extensive testing.”
The Tesla Model X is widely tipped to feature three-row seating that will not be standard, and it also touted to sport Falcon doors while featuring a standard all-wheel drive. Apart from that, the second and third rows of the vehicle are also said to be able to fold so that users have more space to stash away items.