Badging on new Model X??

Badging on new Model X??

I was at the Marina Del Rey delivery center yesterday and saw a new Model X.

It had no "Model X" on the back and only a "Dual Motor" badge on the right side of the hatch (where the 100D used to be).

Is this the official new badging? Kind of like Model 3

jamesxq | June 7, 2019

I think that's the new way for both S and X. 75D, 100D, P100D are now "Dual Motor" and P100DL is "Dual Motor" with underline. No Model S nor X on the left. It's pretty lame IMO.

jjgunn | June 7, 2019

That's the new Raven look -- same as the 3

beaver | June 7, 2019

I agree it’s lame, cost savings move?

jimglas | June 9, 2019

Saw the same
Looks like badging will be the same as on the model 3

lilbean | June 9, 2019

I like the clean look. Mine is debadged.

cornellio | June 9, 2019

Still too busy compared to Model 3. Wish it would go a step further and flatten the back, remove the license plate indentation. Less is more.

SteveMost | June 10, 2019

Next year you will be able to buy a “Model 3 Model S”, not badged - but three times the price for the same car...
...but it says it’s an MS on your online receipt. Lame...

Jesse K | June 10, 2019

If all cars are Dual Motor what is the purpose of identifying them with the badge? Seems weird. Like saying "4 Tires". Totally boring...

jimglas | June 10, 2019

@jesse: You have to pay extra for the red line

Jesse K | June 10, 2019

@jimglas: I am picking up a Raven Model X with LM on Thursday. I would rather them not state the obvious that it has motors and just give me the red line. That would be

jimglas | June 10, 2019

red line only would be cool

SteveMost | June 10, 2019

“MX RedLine”

kqnjml | June 30, 2019

The purpose of any badge to label the model of each car for identification. Dual motor on all model 3/S/X is the same as labeling them “Electric”. Mine is coming off tomorrow while waiting for someone to come up with a better solution than Tesla.

jimglas | July 1, 2019

Model 3 is available with rear engine only
And that model has the best range

tj_larsen | September 6, 2019

I picked up my new Model X SR yesterday. No label on the back? Is that right or should it be marked dual Motor? It’s the new “Raven”

FLTodd | September 10, 2019

Took delivery of our MX Long Range on 9/7. Rear badge on bottom right "Dual Motor" only. Likely will be removing it soon as it seems like a pointless badge. Would've considered leaving it had it said Model X on the other side.

yu.family101 | September 12, 2019

We just took delivery of a Model X Long Range in Aug 2019 and it was badged "Dual Motor" (and nothing else). Maybe that's Tesla's version of branding (like Audi using "Quattro" for its AWD branding). I had it removed by the shop when we go our chrome delete for the X. Now there is no badging on the back.

yu.family101 | September 12, 2019


inconel | September 12, 2019

It's because soon there will be a "Tri Motor" badge...

sandipan | September 12, 2019

Third motor for the third wheel in the car - the driver!

CatTrax | September 13, 2019

After dinner dual night's ago, some friends asked to see the new starship. As soon as I opened the garage door, one friend remarked, "dual motor . . . does you car have both an electric and ICE propulsion?" I reckon it's time to pull out the (1) monofilament fishing line, (dual) Goo-Gone, (3) plastic razor and (4) polish in order to achieve that "clean" look!!

doc_vader | September 20, 2019

I ordered a model x performance with ludacris mode, 8/02
Received it on 9/10
Badging was Dual Motor
Removed it immediately

mbrocious67 | September 22, 2019

I agree.. badging is pointless. I think I'll just delete the dual and leave the motor...

sunsinstudios | September 23, 2019

@mbrocious67 "al Motor" has a certain foreign swagger

jimglas | October 2, 2019

L motor for the French modelk

inconel | October 2, 2019

"La motor" to make it French but with a typo because it's made by a foreign company.