These threads always remind me of the first time I ever ordered a car new from the factory.
My ship was the Tricolor. Here she is, resting gently on the bottom of the English Channel. Delivery was significantly delayed. 🙂
Scroll down a bit on this page and you can compare scenarios: Range indicator
I load it in Chrome and use the auto translation. 21" wheels on the CT reduce range by about 4.3% versus 20" or 19". Based on 20°C and 20/40/20 city/rural/highway.
I also have an e-tron GT on order. Configuring that car in the US is truly infuriating. Any way I spec the car I'll end up not getting things I want, settling for things that I don't love, and being saddled with things I don't need. This is decidedly NOT the way to sell a $120K vehicle.
Option 4A (Dolomite Silver w/ Cross Turismo Design Wheels)?
IMHO, the 21's are the only option with this model. The 20's look fine on the other Taycan's, but not on the Cross Turismo. I've backed out of my 2021 order, but will be back for the 2022. I'm going Dolomite with the Cross Turismo...
I've decided against the rails, but the look without is kinda unfinished on the configurator. What's up with these mounting holes? I'd rather have the rails than these holes with plugs. Hoping it's just a glitch in the configurator.
Love it! My order is similar, but Chalk. Trying to match up all the black bits on the exterior is a guessing game. I did the same as you, except didn't go with the glossy window frames. I figured the base frames would match the aluminum rails. Any insight on that?
As you can see, big dog and base leather/leatherette in my Cayenne was no issue. Perforated surfaces were fine and scratch marks weren't an issue. "Better", softer leather in my Audi e-tron not as dog friendly. My Cross Turismo will have base leather because it's the least leather short of the...