what I really miss much more is some diagnostics software (via OBD). Durametic is too old, VCDS and OBD11 are supporting nearly any VAG brand from Bentley to Lamborghini, but nearly nothing from Porsche even if some ECU Data from latest Cayenne Battery would behave very similar to the Taycan's...
the plain web interface from https://connect-portal.porsche.com/core/de/de_DE/home/WP0ZZZ....
is already quite rich, there is nothing I'm missing what is included in the App. Very easy to check with every browser by hitting "F12".
if you need a starting point in code, search...
interestingly enough I checked some cars and saw that even with the Panamera there are versions with a closed and open fender (S Hybrid) vent and of course there is no electric front charge door.
Brake cooling could be another feature which isn't of much importance for a Taycan (IMHO).
old thread, but it just popped up on facebook. Never checked that before but the "vent" in the finder of my turbo with electric charge door is completely closed. that's pretty fooling customers with these nice "air curtain" pics and promise low cw numbers.
so this is not true:
I think you can not compare Taycan Performance with Tesla. At least not with Model S. They suffer with every single % of SoC loss. Taycan's power ouput is kept to a constant at least until 50% SoC (and okay temp)
it would help so much, if there would be a diagnostic tool like available for BMW and VW, Audi, Tesla etc.
Afaik you can at least check for actual currents from HV Battery with Cayenne (S hybrid) diagnostic tools.
has anyone tried to get from sport chrono any kind of useful feature? it doesn't seem to get GPS finish lines, nor does it connect with the track precision app. only the feature set of a mechanical stop watch.
I asked them:
The Durametric Software currently supports Porsche models through 2015. Support for newer models will be added with future software updates. However, no timeline for release is yet available.