Tesla calls it an "interior exploration", giving a hint as to the different colors and trim materials you can expect from the production Model X.
The work has been done by Tesla Design Studio, and uses a mix of white and black leathers to bring contrast to the three rows of seats--the back rows, of course, accessed via the unusual 'falcon wing' rear doors.
The black and white theme continues to the dashboard facia, dominated by the same huge touchscreen display you'll find in the Model S sedan--albeit mounted proud of the dashboard.
The exterior, also contrasting in black and white, is unchanged from the last time we saw the Model X.
Much of the Model X's hardware is based on that in the Model S, with 60 kWh and 85 kWh battery options. Befitting its crossover body, the Model X will also offer electric all-wheel drive. Production is expected to begin in late 2013.
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