The Tesla Model X is a full-size SUV that sets a high standard across global markets, despite other

American and European manufacturers coming to the party with some strong alternatives.

The Model X is still one of the more advanced EV options, despite it being one of the older EV SUV options.

Tesla achieves this by fitting it with a selection of capable and efficient electric motors and a large lithium-ion battery pack.

Its rapid performance and expansive claimed range estimates make it a versatile and practical electric car option, but its large capacity subjects it to high charging costs.

If you are considering a new Model X, but are unsure how much electricity you'll be paying for, this guide will divulge most of the possible costs.