Space & practicality

Tesla Model X review

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Tesla Model X
14 Jul 2016 9:1 | Last updated: 22 Aug 2018 16:44

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Space & practicality

How it copes with people and clutter

You can opt for five, six or seven seats in your Model X. While the five-seater offers the most boot space, a three-row layout is likely to be the most popular option for the extra practicality it brings. All the seats are comfortable and mounted individually, with the front and middle row adjusting electrically.

The rearmost seats are unlocked from their initial position with a discreet button, but they need to be manually pushed into the floor or pulled back out. On rivals such as the Audi Q7 and Range Rover Sport, they can be erected and folded electrically. While adults will fit into the very rear, leg room is tight and taller individuals might find their head brushing the rear window. At least with the six-seat layout adults can stick their legs between the individual middle-row seats.

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