Animated 3D Tesla Model X On Sketchfab

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While the Tesla Model X may officially be in production, there are still only a precious few in the hands of customers. With the wait ongoing, one fan took it into their own hands to build a Model X. Bonnie from the Tesla Motors Club forum, and Model X Signature reservation holder #2, recently shared a great link to a very detailed animation of that user’s Model X. The animation was originally shared on Sketchfab. It’s a lot of fun to have an animated car that allows you to go full screen, flip it around to all sorts of awkward angles, and see those beautiful falcon-wing doors that Tesla put so much blood, sweat, and tears into.

Tesla MODEL X [Animation]
by Virtual Studio
on Sketchfab

It initially appears to be just an exterior model… until the zoom functionality is discovered. Utilizing this, you can actually view the interior, which reveals a whole new level of detail of the car. I found it funny that the dash displays were lifted from a Model S, but other than that, it looks spot on to me, including shadows and lighting — both of which dynamically adjust as the doors and angle change.

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Hop on over to the Sketchfab site to play with it for yourself if the embedded option above didn’t work for you!


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