The Tesla Model X is coming to Europe at the end of this June. After a launch event not long ago and the opening of public orders, the €90,000 electric SUV is finally heading to Europe. Deliveries started in the United States at a slow pace late last year, but were initially hampered by production problems with the overly-complicated design.
The first deliveries coming later this month are for customers that placed orders months ago. Orders placed today from Europe for the Model X are pegged for late 2016 deliveries. Left-hand drive countries like the United Kingdom do not yet have an estimated delivery date, though interested buyers can place a £4,000 reservation to hold their spot in line for when left-hand drive production of the Model X begins.