Tesla Model X Rental in San Francisco, CA | Turo
Tesla Model X2017
4 trips
$ 344
per day
The car
Tesla Model X
4 trips
7 seats
5 doors
Please be aware, my Model X does NOT have autopilot!

The Tesla model X is, without a doubt, the closest thing to traveling in one's own private, luxury space ship. Certainly, the rear falcon-wing doors are a sight to see (as well as making it incredibly easy to access any of the five full seats in the back of the vehicle), but they are mere garnish on a technological dish of unbelievable power and versatility.

With a Tesla, you can also take advantage of the fact that you will not have to visit any gas stations. Charge quickly (45 minutes or less), and for free, at Tesla Super Chargers, to get over 200 miles of range.

New, 2017 Deep Blue Metallic Model X - 90D (All-Wheel Drive)
Gets you over 250mi range if charged to capacity.

22" Carbon Turbine Wheels
White Leather Seats
Seven Seat Interior
Supercharger Enabled
Premium Upgrades Package
Premium Dolby Surround Sound
Smart Air Suspension
Subzero Weather Package
  • Automatic transmission
  • GPS
  • Audio input
  • All-wheel drive
  • Bluetooth
  • USB input
  • Heated seats
  • Must be age 30+ to rent
  • Heated Seats and Steering Wheel
  • Streaming Radio
Delivery details
If you've just arrived at SFO make sure to tell me whether you are at the international or the domestic terminal. Then, at the arrivals level, let me know the number of the exit doorway near which to meet you.

If you want a delivery somewhere in the city, please make sure that there is a place I can easily park the car.
No smoking in or near car.
No pets in car.
Where should I charge the Tesla?
The simplest thing to do is to use the built in GPS to search for the closest super charger. Not only are they free, but you can get close to a full battery, from empty, in about 45 minutes. The most important thing is to plan your trips carefully, noting where to stop along the way if the trip is longer than 200 miles. If you use the built in GPS, the car will plan the route for you, including charge stops.
What is regenerative breaking?
This is a system built into the engine of the Tesla that allows it to use deceleration to add some charge back to the battery. The most important thing to note about this system is the way it will affect what would be coasting in other vehicles. The regenerative breaking is fairly strong, meaning that unless you maintain light pressure on the accelerator, the car will slow down quite quickly, even if you don't press on the brakes! Accelerating and decelerating are different in a Tesla, and you should take a few minutes to get used them.
Car location
San Francisco, CA 94107
San Francisco International Airport
Up to 5 miles