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A Tesla Model X review. What’s new? We’ve driven the Tesla Model X – the all-electric SUV that’s seemingly inspired the new Jaguar I-Pace – in the UK for the first time. Why is that important? Because what impresses in the glitz and glamour of New York City won’t necessarily translate directly to a bumpy, broken British back-road. It’s a big car with a specialist remit, but the Model X 90D’s combination of 417bhp, up to 303 miles on a charge and (optional) seven seats suggests it could be the one-car-for-everything for the well-heeled. To pull that off properly, it can’t feel floppy and cumbersome on UK roads. And does it?