New Tesla Model X pictures emerged – possibly of production models


Over the past few months, we have seen our fair share of spy-shots of Model X test vehicles, like the one above. These vehicles were always black or white and heavily camouflaged, but in the past few days, 3 Model X pictures published on Instagram show the Model X in blue and in red – with only little camouflage.

The camouflage is covering the lights, trims and the front-end (except for the third picture)

Here are the pictures in question:




In the first 2 pictures, the Falcon Wing doors seem not to be properly closed, something that has been recurring on almost every test vehicle spotted in the wild.

The third picture shows that Tesla possibly revisited the front-end for the Model X.

Earlier this month, we wrote an article on everything we know about the Model X so far. Most of it is still relevant, except that we now expect the car to go in production in late September.

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