Originally published on EV Obsession.
With the official launch of the Tesla Model X edging closer everyday, some people are starting to get antsy, looking for any little tidbit or glimpse that they can get. So, for those of you out there that are essentially crack addicts about this (I have just the thing), below is what appears to be the first publicly shared look into the interior of the (presumably) near-finished Model X.
This first look is coming to us via a video shot somewhere near the Tesla Motors headquarters in Palo Alto, California, by somebody posting as “nbkagzw13″ on the top video sharing website of the world… Enjoy.
As you can see, interestingly, the interior seen in the video is fairly different from the interior see in previous Model X prototype show cars. From the looks of it, many of the differences between the prototype Model X interior and the interior of the production Model S have been smoothed out, resulting in an interior that looks as though it will be highly familiar to those used to the Model S already. (Or perhaps this is simply a Model S interior analog, and has nothing to do with the production interior?)
Unfortunately, there’s still no video of the Model X’s falcon-wing doors action. I guess that will have to wait until the launch (or an official unveiling). Given all the talk that’s been given to that feature, I’m highly curious if it will end up seeming to be something that genuinely improves the design/car, or whether it will end up seeming more like a gimmick.
Reprinted with permission.
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