June 16th email
It's all guesswork for now, but my personal guess would be about £10k more than the model a with same battery (the falcon doors and second drive motor for All wheel drive would suck up something around that much I think), so that means £60k for a 60kwh or £68k for an 85kwh, about £72k if you want the fancy toys and parking sensors. If you want the high performance one let's call it £85k and if they offer a 115kwh version let's call that £90k. Just my speculation
Agreed, not liking that much either although it's probably one of those cars that'll look a lot better in the flesh. I wonder what it's going to weigh with all that extra kit on top of the 2+ tons of the Model S?To me this doesn't have the supercar look or the muscular purposeful presence of a 4x4. .
When it inexplicably bursts into flames causing no injuries whatsoever, but will prove - beyond reasonable doubt - that electric cars are not just dangerous but are the very Devil Incarnate.How soon after delivery will the first door-related manufacturer recall be, I wonder...