It looks good, but is it worth the price?

Both the Bentley Bentayga and Tesla Model X premium SUVs command well over six figures (in certain configurations). Tesla tuner TSportline, then, thought it only logical to combine the two, giving the Model X a Bentley-inspired red leather interior. The result is mostly beautiful.

With more than $60,000 (approx. $80,000 CAD) worth of upgrades, this brand new Model X P90D is up for grabs on eBay with an asking price of $180,000 (approx. $240,000 CAD). TSportline says the red leather upgrades alone are worth $25,000 (approx. $33,000 CAD), and include additions to the lower dash, centre console, and steering wheel. But the changes aren’t reserved to the cabin. 

TSportline Tesla Model X P90D eBay


Additions like 22-inch forged wheels come wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Zero tires (265/35-22 front, 285/35-22 rear), and cost an extra $8,000 (approx. $10,500 CAD). A carbon fibre sport designed front apron costs $2,000 (approx. $2,600 CAD), and a gloss black vinyl wrap on the exterior chrome trim costs $1,900 (approx. $2,500 CAD). A few other interior upgrades, like a new sound system, gives the package to the aforementioned $60,000 premium.

This isn’t the only Model X the company is selling on eBay either. A much more subtle – but still nonetheless interesting – TSportline example can be had for $138,000 (approx. $185,000 CAD) with just 5,000 miles (8,046 kilometres) on the odometer. That one features the same 22-inch forged wheels finished in Matte Metallic Grey, but comes with factory Ultra White leather interior.

TSportline Tesla Model X P90D eBay
TSportline Tesla Model X P90D eBay

The Model X P90D with the Bentley red interior has nine days left on the auction, while the more stock-looking Model X P90D with the Ultra White factory interior has just one day left on the auction. Whichever one you do decide, they’ll both be good for a 0 to 60 mile-per-hour (96 kilometres per hour) time of about 3.8 seconds, and a range of about 250 miles (402 km).

Source: Electrek


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