The impending arrival of the Tesla Model X is no surprise at this point, but this first official look at the upcoming production CUV variant with "Falcon Wings" is definitely fresh. Set to arrive on September 29, according to an Elon Musk Tweet, the electric car's delivery from their Freemont factory will first roll-out to customers who have waited for some time on the reservation list. These very patient drivers will then be among the first to enjoy Tesla's attempt to broaden their line-up, albeit at a very high sticker price of $132,000-starting, which Musk went on to explain was due to its "greater size and body complexity." All these pretty pennies, of course, will get them 259HP from the front motor and 502HP from the back, strong enough to propel drivers to 100 Km/h in 3.8 seconds, all while turning a good amount of heads in the process. Continue after the jump to see more options and head to the Tesla site to get in line.