2016 Tessa Model X 60D. Three coat red gloss paint (looks gorgeous) and nearly every option and upgrade, save Ludacris Mode.
Has the original version of AUTOPILOT. Does a great job of driving itself on the highway or in slow, stop-and-go traffic.
FALCON WING doors are fun and get a lot of attention.
Range on full city charge is 150 for casual charging, 200 for a full charge. We have a super charger south of downtown in grove city, and others just north. I'll make sure it has a full 200 charge when I leave to come get you or for when you pick it up if you come to my house.
Seats seven with two in front, three in middle and two in back. The seats in back fold down for cargo/storage if you don't need that many people in the car.
Frunk and trunk help with extra storage space. That's right. There's no engine up front so we have a FRUNK.
Just over ten thousand miles and in impeccable condition. A fun, sporty but accommodating ride that gets noticed and has great get up and go, crazy turn handling, and autonomous driving, which you'll get a shock out of if you've never experienced it.
Panoramic windows are incredible. You can see so much of the sky from the inside, front seat or in the middle.
Has hyrdaulids for lifting and lowering if you like. Navigation system is virtually flawless, even helping you find charging stations on longer drives.
Premium sound system with good bass. Streams a variety of stations and podcasts, and connects to slack radio.
Has tow package but I've never used it.
I took delivery in September 2016 and typically only drive it 3 miles to work and back each day. Is in impeccable condition and shows great, inside and out. I've taken a number of longer-distance business trips to Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago, Indianapolis ... and it's oddly fun and relaxing hitting all the Super Charger Stations ... as some are in busy suburbs while others are in quant, odd to-the-side destinations one would never know about it. You meet a lot of interesting people, especially fellow Tesla Fanatics.
If you've never driven a Tesla please plan on 10-15m for a "how to drive this thing" tutorial. It isn't overly complex, but a little different, and enough so that I fear giving it to Valets unless I know they have been in a lot of them. We don't have as many here in Columbus as say San Francisco, so one has to be careful. :) A
Any questions? Let me know.