The Tesla Model X is not just somebody else's car, it is the fastest and greenest vehicle of the future. The Model X is an electric vehicle that can speed away from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds. That is how fast an electric vehicle manifests its power of 532 Hp.

Tests for the Tesla Model X P90D speeds it away from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds and has a display distance of 250 miles on a charge, while Tesla X model P100D can whiff away from 0 to 60mph faster than its predecessor in 2.9 seconds only. This higher order can travel to up 289 miles per charging session. The lower 90D and 75D have 257 and 238-mile range respectively. With these figures in tow, the X model is practical, all-wheel drive, with a high-tech cabin and a fancy falcon door that adds to its image stability.

The Tesla Model X P90D has Tesla's largest battery of 90 kWh lithium-ion pack, providing the vehicle of the touted 250-mile range driving. Onboard technology has a display of 107 kW claiming 246 miles of travel distance equalizing an energy of 77 mpge, reports Car and Driver.

The first quarter of 2017 is a very productive start for Tesla vehicles. Churning and shipping out 25,000 electric vehicles is not so bad to start the year. The second quarter will be as challenging as it needs to ramp up its production speed to accommodate the Tesla 3 Model. The feat of producing such volume means it has a 69 percent increase from the same production date as of last year.

Of the 25,000 electric vehicles manufactured, 13,450 are Model S and 11,550 are Model X. Tesla is in the right direction considering its strength of produce as part of the 77 million cars that is on the delivery slate annually, reports by Wired.

There are 4650 more vehicles on the delivery schedule for the Tesla Model X and Model S; these inventories will be part of the second quarter records. However, hundreds of thousands are now on the waiting list for the Tesla Model 3, opting for this model that starts at $35,000. Tesla CEO Elon Musk states that the Tesla Model 3 will commence production in July for 5,000 units. He further said that he is confident that they are going to reach their numbers of 47,000 to 50,000 units for shipment to customers in the first half of this year, reports Los Angeles Times.