Tesla Motors' Model X Signature Series is priced at $132,000 and reservation holders are now being allowed to spec out the crossover, Bloomberg reports.
Reservation holders can choose the paint color, their wheel size and can add Ludicrous mode to the top-of-the-line model of the all-electric sports utility vehicle.
The Model X Signature Series is the first trim level announced by Tesla, which will release information about the base model at a later date.
Standard on every Model X is a 90 kilowatt-hour battery and EPA estimated range of 240 miles per charge. The all-wheel-drive Model X comes with "falcon wing" rear doors with built-in sensors for opening in garages of any height, a rear hitch for bikes or skis, free long-distance travel on Tesla's expanding supercharger network, parking sensors and blind-spot warning, automatic emergency braking, and power-folding and heated side mirrors.
The Signature Series comes with autopilot features that include self-parking and lane steering. Other features include smart air suspension with GPS memory, satellite radio, ventilated leather seats with heating and cooling, three independently operable, adult-size second-row seats, and a flat-folding, two-adult third-row seat.
Additional features such as the Ludicrous Mode speed upgrade cost an extra $10,000. The subzero weather package costs $1,000 more, and the towing package costs $750 on top of the vehicle's $132,000 price tag.
The destination and regulatory fee is $1,200.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet