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Tesla Pulls Model X 60D Option From Online Design Studio, As Well As Two Color Options For Model S & Model X

Tesla has apparently pulled the Model X 60D option (featuring a 60 kWh battery pack) from the online design studio. Interestingly, the company has also seemingly removed two paint-color options — Titanium Metallic & Solid White — for both the Model S and the Model X. Presumably, these two options were the least popular ones, or [&hellip Tesla Pulls Model X 60D Option From Online Design Studio, As Well As Two Color Options For Model S & Model X was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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