Wouldn't take any of those. To me it's more like a heavy gt car than a sports car. Drove the Panamera 4 E-hybrid and it felt so nimble for the size I was thinking it must have the 4 wheel steering specced. Turned out it didn't. I'm sure the Taycan has very impressive handling out of the box for...
I think I read somewhere that sport plus and individual drive modes would only be available with the chrono. Not sure if this is correct and also not sure what's the difference between sport and sport plus.
Some other photos of the range display:
Obviously it adjusts the range according to speed, driving style and the drive mode selected.
Several independent road testers have been driving the Taycan around Scandinavia so I think we should get some impressions pretty soon:
Hey guys just an idea. Should we start talking about the Taycan? If I wanted to know more about Tesla I'd be on a Tesla forum.
It would be a pity if actual facts about Taycan's real world range would go unnoticed because of all this Tesla crap.