After years of anticipation, Tesla introduced its newest electric car — the Model X. Powered by two engines, 259 hp in the front and 503 hp in the rear, the all-wheel drive Model X has a 90kWh battery pack capable of travelling up to 250 miles on a single charge, all while producing zero emissions. The Model X P90D can reach 155 mph and will go zero to 60 in 3.8 seconds (or 3.2 seconds with the ‘Ludicrous Mode’ upgrade), while the 90D will only go 0 to 60 in 4.8 seconds. The seven-seat SUV features ‘Falcon Wing’ doors and ‘comes standard with automatic emergency braking and side collision avoidance systems.’ Inside the car are the same as those in the Model S, including the 17-inch multimedia screen and the sensors covering the vehicle. Starting at $132,000 Model X is on sale now, but about 25,000 orders are already in the queue, according to Tesla. Luckly, CNET had the chance to take one for a drive, and shared a video of their experience on YouTube, watch the video below.