In the world of electric cars, it's hard to imagine Tesla being king of the mountains.

Other more established automakers, such as the new Mercedes EQS SUV and the upcoming Audi Q8 e-tron

are trying to establish themselves as quickly as possible, both literally and figuratively.

But when it comes to name recognition, Tesla has planted its flag in the hearts and minds of the public

the latest 2023 Model X shows no signs of abandoning that title anytime soon.

The Model X set the standard for electric SUVs and has been refined over the years.

There are two versions to choose from for 2023 Model X. The base model is the Model X Long Range,

a two-motor setup with a 100kWh battery pack mounted under the floorboards.

Despite being the smaller of the two available options, the Long Range Model X makes a staggering 670 horsepower and 713 lb-ft of torque.

Like all Tesla models, all of the Model X's power is routed through his 1-speed automatic

directed to all four corners to bring this monstrous power to the pavement wherever possible.

The Plaid has a torque vectoring system that transfers power to the wheels with the most traction to keep things from getting hairy.