OK, so here's my dilemma. I have spec'd my Turbo, driven one, twice and absolutely love it. However, I'm really concerned about the Panoramic roof. When test driving it was 50 degrees and sunny. I definitely felt the sun on my head-not good! So here's my potential solutions:
1. Wait 6 months...
I found it exhilarating without any drama. In the short time I was driving it seemed natural and uncannily responsive. I did drive a Tesla several years ago and found the acceleration amazing but was left cold with the rest of the car. Not so with the Taycan.
I got 5 minutes behind the wheel of a Turbo being delivered yesterday and my first impressions of this very short drive are:
1. It is the smoothest, best handling car I've ever driven, including my M5, Alpina B6 and all that preceded it.
2. Great sound with the Bose.
3. Very comfortable and...
Everyone can opine and justify the low numbers and compare the car to its competitor, tesla, and point out how much better looking it is and how its a real sports car BUT the numbers are still really disappointing.Period.
These are really disappointing numbers. It doesn't even take into account the additional drain in very hot or cold temperatures or aggressive acceleration. Hopefully one of the mags will do a real world daily driver test to see what the numbers are in real world.
I'm waiting for a Turbo this spring and was wondering if anyone has any idea/information whether there are, or will be adapters that would allow the Taycan to charge at a Tesla Charging station?
Here in NY there aren't more than a few Electrify America charge points.