I do wonder whether Porsche used the Turbo instead of the Turbo S because the latter is not actually faster on a track or they were sandbagging.
My understanding is that batteries degrade due to cycles AND due to keeping it at high state of charge. Here's the first link I found:
Strangely enough, batteries are under the most strain when they're fully charged or completely empty. The real sweet spot for a battery is 50 per cent charge...
I used direct charging once. Thought it was a per-charging session thing. Next time I charged, I come back in a week to see the car charged at 100%. (1) PSA: turn direct charging back off after using it (2) What % of my battery capacity did I lose because I had my battery at 100% for a week?
Are you sure he wasn’t the assistant to the specialist? You can easily see the difference in the front windshield. The optional windshield has a blacked out area above the rear view mirror (because that’s where the metallic cutout is). Like so:
The standard windshield doesn’t:
Someone should tell TurboTax that they should change their name because their software isn’t powered by turbochargers.
I think base turbo could go away but turbo s would stay. Forgot which model that Porsche already did that with because they said everyone went straight to turbo s anyway.