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    If nothing else, the neighbors should be impressed; but there sure seems to be a lot of potential for early production headaches.

    Regardless, the brake rotors look a bit small, and it could take me a while to "like" the tight lipped front end, which - in any case - is better looking than the mutant front end on the Model X.

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    I wished they had gone with true SUV look (x5) instead of x6, one of least successful design.
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    But what we really want to know is towing capacity....

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    . . . and range at full capacity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loose Caboose View Post
    . . . and range at full capacity.
    Bout the end of the block I expect.
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    I enjoy the semi-grillless design. I'm getting tired with the modern trend of unnecessarily large grills with unnecessary supporting vents, side grills, and so on.
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    I'm curious to see how competitive tesla will be when the big luxury car companies like Porsche, Mercedes, and BMW start rolling out their full electric cars. Right now tesla is more of a niche car.
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