Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) Model X, the electric SUV, is expected to hit the production lines early next year, according to a notice received by the reservation holders of this model. In an email, it has been confirmed by Tesla, that production model will come with gull-wing doors and an all-wheel feature will be there in all the models along with an option of third row seating.

Tesla unlike others

Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is known for delivering its customers the products that are way better than what was promised by the company. In the world of automotive, it is a general trend that car companies initially load the concept cars with features that are not seen or not very common-like gull-wing doors- and hence are very lucrative to the customers, but when it comes to delivering the same is not fulfilled.

Unlike most of the car companies, Tesla over perform and this time it has come with exceptional features such as rear-facing seats, which have been showed off by the company. The production model will come with this option as per the expectations by few automotive pundits.

Shipping date not confirmed

Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) has only announced the start time of production for the reservation holders of Model X, but not the shipping date. If we look back at the history of Tesla, we will find that the company has always taken a conservative approach to manufacturing, and when it first introduced Roadster and Model S it was much leaner than is today with the launch of new models.

It is believed that the company will not be able to make the Model X available for general purchase, until late 2015, as it takes time for a manufacturing facility to spin up to full capacity. In Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA)’s Fremont, CA production line, from the fall of this year prototypes of Model X will be built.

Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) shared ended yesterday’s trading session at a high following reports of a possible partnership with rivals Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and BMW AG over developing the network of charging stations for electric cars. Tesla stock closed up 8.8% at $224.61 on Monday.