In an attempt to highlight the interior of its newest electric crossover, Tesla Motors has brought its Model X to the Detroit Auto Show so the media and the public can view the intricacies of the electric car’s updated styling. The three rows of seating on the display model are a mix of white and black upholstery. The middle row is black, while the front and rear rows are pure white. The elegant, sleek design of the Model X interior is impressive, at once futuristic and in the moment.
Fresh footage of the latest version of Tesla’s eye-opener 2014 Model X electric sedan at the Detroit Auto Show awaits you (below). The white stunner was a crowd magnet as it drew photogs and journalists to its gorgeous interior which is a mixture of solid black and pure white, though production models will offer countless color schemes. The video clip below features a series of still photos of the Model X that will remain on display at the NAIAS in Detroit until the final day of the show on Jan. 29.
While the Model X will come with the choice of a 60 kWh or 85 kWh battery, as does its older sibling the Model S, there is no word yet on whether all-wheel drive will be on the menu. Some reliable sources say AWD is definitely in the mix, so we’ll just have to enjoy the ambiguity for now. Late 2013 is the designated commencement date for production, but deliveries of the Model X will not take place until the first half of 2014. High-resolution photos of the car can also be seen on the carmaker’s website (see below).
For more about the maker of the Model S, the Model X, and the Roadster, see the official corporate website of Tesla Motors: