If the 2022 Tesla Model X is so great, why doesn't Consumer Reports recommend it?

The verdict on the new 2022 Tesla Model X from Consumer Reports has been released,

 and it's not good. One of the most cutting-edge and potent automobiles available, it failed to please the reviewers.

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They found numerous technical problems with the Model X, many of which presented significant threats to passenger safety.

A few accidents occurred during virtual testing since the powertrain wasn't dependable and the adaptive cruise control had serious problems.

The rapid acceleration was offset by safety issues and general reliability problems, however,

and the vehicle was given a failing grade. Although it is a highly advanced and potent vehicle,