The Tesla Model X is an electrically powered SUV from the American company that brought the world the Model S saloon.
All versions of the Model X are four-wheel drive, but that doesn't mean you'll go too far off the beaten track, because ground clearance is minimal and it doesn't have the suspension travel or under body protection to cope with properly rough terrain.
However, performance is hard to fault. Even the entry-level 75D model can out-accelerate most hot hatches, while the P90D with the Ludicrous Speed Upgrade (yes, it really is called that) will show up all but the fastest of supercars.
Drive more sensibly and Tesla claims a range of 259-303 miles depending on the model you pick. Realistically though, you can knock around 50 miles off that figure.
At least you get free use of Tesla’s Supercharger network of fast chargers, which can add around 170 miles of range in just 30 minutes.