Not true! Making a simple cheap connection inside the charger with so much current flowing is bad electrical engineering design, which the PMCC certainly does not have. The result was, that this little damage caused the whole unit to break down and had to be thrown away.
I can charge any EV with it. Tested it last Sunday with our ROEWE EV we have.
It is easy to use, compatible, has a lock for semi public installation and charging history. The only charger that truly sucked after 50k km and 4 years is this one:
My Taycan came without PMCC, it was shipped 2 weeks later via Shanghai.
Tack a picture what is missing, go back to your dealer and make sure you get your charger. If there is a problem with your sales guy complain.
Usually the case.
We have loads of bumps here, but cannot understand this issue. How do you need to drive to make it most pronounced, so I can experience it?
Could it be that because you have PDCC, that you notice something I do not have? Did Porsche miss something in their extensive testing...
Well the manual talks a lot, but says nothing about the 12V battery drainage while charging.
Perhaps it is best practice to charge as little as possible and use the full...
IMHO this has nothing to do with German car culture.
In the Chinese market, I cannot order a Taycan with the standard speakers, they all came with Bose min. They do differentiate.
The problem with the US market is, the USD lost value over the DM/EURO over the last 60 years. What was once a...
Exactly. Selling me a 93kWh battery, but giving me only 83 to use. Asking me then to never use that (I almost never go on long trips) is too much a waste.
Battery aging depends on many different factors, some we can control easily some not so much and some none at all. For me the math is easy...
I always charge to 100% at home and use the max range:
I guess I need less than 30 charging cycles a year, so maybe not much over 100 cycles for my ownership. I use it like my previous ICE but with gas station at home! Love it!