The Tesla Model Y is finally here.
We got a glimpse of the Tesla X, a sedan that is meant to take the wraps off the upcoming electric vehicle and a model that we will soon get a better look at as it is unveiled.
The Tesla Model Z is a sleek SUV that will get its first test drive in the US.
The Tesla X and XP are the most expensive vehicles of the day.
Tesla Model Y, the sedan that will make the big reveal in the coming weeks, is priced at $65,000.
Here are the specs: Tesla X: Length: 179.7 feet (46 meters) Width: 57.3 feet (18 meters)Height: 77.6 feet (21 meters)Wheelbase: 178.6 inches (49.2 meters) Weight: 3,890 pounds (2,821 kilograms)Powertrain: 1,800 horsepower (1,769 kW) and 2,700 hp (2.3 kW) gasoline Drivetrain: Electric motor, all-wheel drive Body style: Sedan with a two-piece body that will include the roofline, rear wing, and taillights, as well as a rear spoiler and side grille Powertrain capacity: Max range of 50 miles (80 kilometers) in a city mode and 100 miles (160 kilometers) on a highway mode (with a range extender) and 200 miles (320 kilometers) at peak performance mode Battery capacity: up to 12 kWh Powertrain type: Electronic or battery electric Weight and balance: Up to 2,000 pounds (1.9 kg) with all-electric drivetrain Dimensions: Wheelbase (including roof): 164.9 inches (56.9 meters)Length: 177.7 inches (46.5 meters)Width: 56.5 inches (18.5 centimeters)Height : 73.2 inches (20.5 cm)Weight: 2,800 pounds (3,900 kilograms)Wheel base (excluding roof): 176.7-inches (50.3-inches)Length (without roof): 177.5-inchesWeight (without hood): 2,100 pounds (4,300 kilograms)Price: Tesla: Model Y: $65K Model X: $60K Model Z: $56K