Tesla Model X Christmas Easter Egg

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If you have a Tesla Model X and missed Elon Musk’s tweet early this morning (late last night), note that you can now activate a Christmas-related Easter egg — “ModelXmas” — with a few easy steps. Here’s the tweet:

Apparently, you can’t do this with any other car on the market for some reason. It’s an interesting mystery.

This special Model X performance was first unveiled one year ago, when Model X deliveries for customers were just beginning.

Tesla factory workers also had a bit of fun with a Tesla Model X sleigh last year. I’m not sure if the sleigh has returned for this 2016 Christmas season.

How about them rims?

Whether you have a Model S or Model X, there are a couple of other Easter eggs you can now play with (sorry for the rest of us). Here’s the simple activation method:

Check out more fun Tesla Easter eggs here.

Merry Christmas and/or Happy Holidays to all of you.

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