The hosts of “Everyday Driver”, Paul and Todd, get behind the wheel of a Ludicrous Model X P90D and debate the pros and cons of Tesla’s new dual motor electric supercar-SUV. What we love about Everyday Driver are Paul and Todd’s organic discussions with often polarized viewpoints that brings to light areas that commercialized outlets may not cover. They’re just two real automotive enthusiasts reviewing cars in a way that every day people will understand.
Show co-host Todd doesn’t shy away from questioning the true value for the Model X. The vehicle is ahead of its time with technological advancements such as the falcon wing doors, Ludicrous mode that can take the 5,000+ lb. vehicle from 0 – 60 mph in 3.2 seconds, and self-presenting doors, but is there any major function the Model X can do that a regular minivan can’t? At nearly four times the cost of a minivan, Todd questions the main value for owning a Model X.
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