@faroutinNM thanks for the heads up! just got off the phone with Porsche NA and they had my commission number linked to my account already so the customer support rep is going to send my info off to the dept that handles the Track Your Dream process.
hmm maybe I never received a welcome email because I already have an account from previously owning a Panamera?
I’ll ask my dealer if there’s anything they can do to register my order with my account.
the fact that there is so much uncertainty re: charger voltage/max kw has led me to add the option and just forget about it. though still curious to see what charging rates @ron_b sees at the same or similar station!
ah ok thanks for the info. i'll give it some thought.... and while i agree that $460 is not a lot relative to the price of the car it's more of the video author's comment that you simply wouldn't come across a > 50kw/400V in the US. if that were truly the case then i'd rather spend the money...
i'm in a similar boat to @jkjjpc as my build locks later this month. i wouldn't mind dropping options i'll never use and i did @ron_b 's recommended search for non-EA 120kw+ chargers, but does anyone know how to determine the voltage for these non-EA stations? I think they're mostly 125kW...
To my understanding, various EVSE have their own timer functionality to only allow supply of electricity based on a schedule you define. Additionally, the Taycan on-board charger has software (via PCM) that can also set profiles and timers to define a schedule for when you want your car to...
hi just wondering if you ended up testing mounting on the third row? also, would you happen to have photos of the front from a distance? really going back and forth about how I will be mounting the front plate here in Illinois!
I’ve not even taken delivery of my car but have been following the 12v issue threads .... I’ve seen some posts recommending using a booster (e.g. Noco Booster) and some posts saying do not use a booster.... is there consensus on this??
i'm not speaking from experience... I've just heard from others that detailing shops may remove mirrors/emblems/logos/etc. in order to get the PPF to wrap over the edges and not have any seams. maybe that's not as commonplace?
I plan on getting full PPF and my dealer has a local detailer come into the dealership to do PPF... anyone have recommendations for/against this?
I’ve also been looking at other PPF installers but kinda scares me if they have to disassemble the car in any way to wrap edges ... and what if...
i have been there but just for an event where you get to drive super cars on the track. it was loads of fun but i've yet to dive into tracking cars for hobby.... not sure i have the time or money for it haha