I guess that will teach me to make baseless assumptions...
I know we were never told an actual price for a Model X.
We were only told it would be priced similar to a "comparably equiped Model S."
But there was no such thing as a "comparably equiped Model S," since the X was dual motor and the S was single motor. By definition, all X's were going to be equipped better than all S's.
Hence the baseless assumption:
If the X was better than any S out there, then the "most comparable" S would be the best possible S. Even if it was not a fair comparison, that was the closest comparable model available.
So I priced out a Performance S 85 with all the upgrades and got a price in the high 90K's as my best guess for the price for a Model X.
But since the Model S-D's are now available to be ordered, there really is an S that is "comparably equipped". And the Performance S 85D is now running over $125K when you add the perks.
That is quite a bit more than I had budgeted. I thought my $45,000 deposit on Sig#228 had me almost half-way there. ($40,000 for the X plus a $5,000 deposit on an S that I have no intention of buying because I have too many kids to fit, but was told by a salesperson I needed to put down to get invites to certain test drive events) Instead, when we are finally allowed to design our X's, I am going to have to come up with more than another $80,000!
All you other Sig X reservation holders may have just gotten one slot closer to having your own X built...