Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) unveiled its 2015 all-electric Model X at the Detroit Auto Show on Monday. The vehicle was full white and looked complete with a set of skis and a snowboard fitted to the top. The company and experts are expecting good things ahead from the Model X.
Jerome Guillen, vice president of Tesla for worldwide sales and service, reiterated that he was not clear about the progress of the model, but the employees are working “vigorously” to complete the car, and “it’ll be here at some point,” says a report from mlive.
Model S one of the safest vehicle around
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is riding high on the success of the Model S in Europe and the United States. The car can run over 300 miles on a single charge and is supported by the “supercharger” network that enables the owners to get the cars fully charged in half the time required by traditional charges.
According to Guillen, Model S is one of the safest vehicles on the road with no major injuries to date. The executive said that the Model S is the most sought after car in Norway, and could also give spectacular performance in winters.