I look at it as...if I had bought a Model 3, or even a Model S for that matter, I imagine I would spend an awful lot of time wishing I was in a Taycan.
With the Taycan, I expect to spend exactly zero time wishing I was in a Tesla.
So, at the end of the day...none of the rest of it really...
$1875 for me to have an electrician:
replace 2 breakers with half breakers and move circuits to make room in “full” main panel
Add breaker, run feed, and install new 125A recessed subpanel in garage
Mount and hard-wire 75A EVSE in garage
Install 14-30 receptacle in garage wired to new subpanel...
What is the 3D surround view package that is separate from the surround view that comes with the premium package?
I don’t see this anywhere.
I only see a separate surround view option, which is included in the premium package.
Lots of devs just like programming in their free time and if it contributes to something they use, all the better.
Edit: as opposed to getting paid? They can pick and choose what to work on and at their own pace. Usually when you get paid, you have to do what ever it is you’re getting paid to...
I used to watch his M4 videos a long time ago when I was shopping for an M3.
They were helpful at the time. I don’t have an issue with the guy.
That’s a proper M3, btw...I don’t know how many times I’ve read “M3” on this forum only find out they meant a Tesla...
Added 125A subpanel to the garage.
18kW Wall Wattz
75A 240VAC single phase
Plus a 14-30 receplacle
The receptacle is a backup for the main charger. I’m ordering a 14-30 supply cable for the PMC+.
If we get a second EV, I’ll also get a 24 amp EVSE to put on the 14-30 for a total charging...
I spent a lot of time today thinking about “missing” options on the Taycan. Porsche is leaving money on the table with their current “narrow” options list.
So, what options is the Taycan missing
Wrong answers only.
Be sure to include prices. After all, we’ve got a budget to consider...
It’s really unfortunate. It’s not as simple as ICE. Especially with people installing home chargers. I think basic understandings of charge, voltage, current, power, and energy...along with AC vs DC, and single phase vs 3-phase are all really required to figure this stuff out. And that doesn’t...
No. Dave is saying the circuit is a 50 amp circuit but the load is 40 amps.
Both the PMC+ and PMCC go up to a maximum of 40 amps if they are put on a 240VAC 50 amp circuit.
You do not get to use 50 amps. The circuit it’s on has to be a 50 amp circuit though. Circuits for continuous loads...