Here's how it breaks down by country, with the base 75D bare-bones zero options baseline and a fully-equipped P90D with Ludicrous Mode and every option box ticked:
- Austria: €96,900 to €173,500
- Belgium: €97,800 to €174,950
- Denmark: kr. 940,657 to kr. 1,711,817
- Finland: €100,200 to €179,450
- France: €90,600 to €167,450
- Germany: €97,100 to €171,500
- Italy: €98,600 to €176,150
- Netherlands: €97,800 to €174,950
- Norway: kr. 740,200 to kr. 1,338,000
- Sweden: kr. 987,000 to kr. 1,739,900
- Switzerland: CHF 91,700 to CHF 166,000
- Rest of Europe: €80,800 to €144,500 (VAT not included)
Tesla's only set up for country-specific order in Western Europe, Scandanavia, and Italy. Sorry, Spain and Poland and Greece, you're left out for now — though you can order a Model X through the Rest of Europe system and deal with the VAT charges separately.
The most notable omission, however, is also the most understandable: Great Britain. The United Kingdom has been left out of this initial launch of the Model X in Europe for one simple (and yet complicated) reason: right-hand drive. While Tesla is set up and manufacturing the Model S for right-hand drive countries like the UK, they've yet to roll it out for the Model X, so Britons will have to wait for now — though they can place a £4,000 deposit today to reserve a spot in line.