Tesla delivered its first Model X SUV Tuesday night at an event at its Fremont, Calif., headquarters.
The Model X is Tesla’s first SUV, coming on the heels of the Tesla Model S sports sedan. The new SUV could generate interest among new customers interested in all-electric vehicles but who want something larger than the Model S. As Fortune’s Katie Fehrenbacher writes, Tesla is leaning on the Model X to bring in new revenue while it builds its next vehicle, a cheaper Model S alternative called the Model 3:
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