2017 Tesla Model X P100D Review – Conflicted Emotions…

My thoughts on the 2017 Tesla Model X P100D with the 100kwh battery pack and dual electric motors!

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The thoughts, feelings, and opinions expressed in this video are the sole thoughts of Zack and no one else. The purpose of this video is to provide entertainment with the hope that you will take what you see and formulate your own opinions. I highly recommend consuming other reviews of this vehicle before making any form of financial decision.

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0:00 – Intro
1:04 – Electric Drivetrain
3:13 – Interior
5:29 – Infotainment Center
8:57 – Interior
9:12 – BFB Test
9:42 – Seats
10:17 – Back Seats
12:39 – Trunk / Frunk / Cargo Space
14:42 – Exterior
15:14 – Final Thoughts
17:30 – Outro


  1. Your RegularCars was showing a little in that last bit 😉

    Quality as usual my dude! Wish you lived in Northern KY; I’d drink the shit out of some beers and talk about cars with ya.

  2. People who think EVs will "save the planet" are stupid. They don't realize that those EVs still have rubber tires which are wearing down all over the planet (albeit the road), it still defies their logic.

  3. Tesla is a tech company that happens to make cars. They've never been that great about quality or avoiding bugs. If something's wrong, they'll just fix it later. I don't like Elon much but his money and vision made EVs mainstream sooner than the Nissan Leaf and the Wheego could have ever dreamed of. Gas cars, when you floor it, have to rev up and downshift. Electric cars deliver torque NOW.
    That vertical screen was revolutionary when it came out and many carmakers have copied it. It's come a long way and it's incredible what's been added to it. I'm a little sad Tesla is abandoning it for a horizontal screen. Tesla used Mercedes switchgear and put as many features as possible on the screen because developing and testing buttons is hard and expensive. Coding a button isn't that hard. That trailer hitch attachment is like Hidden Hitch.
    I work in software development. I'll walk through the parking garage some days and count how many Teslas there are. Let's just say there are a lot, and my building only has about 30-40% of the desks filled. Engineers love Muskmobiles because it's absolutely a gadget. My coding instructor practically made his Model 3 his personality. I have no interest in owning a Tesla but I don't hate them. I don't like Elon but I don't hate him. He's not a tech wizard visionary, he just repeatably happens to be in the right place at the right time with a lot of money.
    My state doesn't allow direct sales of cars. We have a Tesla showroom at our megamall that offers test drives and assists in ordering them but the purchase + delivery happens over the state line.

  4. Are there safety features like minivans where it will "stop" the door from closing if a finger is detected when it's closing?

  5. Telsa isn't the only car than can read street signs. The Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 on the Corolla shows street signs in the gauge cluster. I think Honda Safety Sense also does that

  6. I portered/washed cars for a day at the Tesla service center in Westmont. Sadly some of the X doors didn’t work

  7. Something I like about these quick EVs is watching videos of accelerations and hearing nothing except the reaction of the people riding lmao