Some of you have much cooler hobbies than me!
I’m fairly young, so one of my hobbies involves playing counter-strike multiple nights a week, which I’ve been playing since I became a teenager back in 1998.
I also do strength training and pointless engineering projects (I’m a software writing...
First for me, but my interest came from my dad buying a Cayenne hybrid couple of years ago. Love the car.
He showed me the CT and I just fell for it. To me it’s the perfect mix of family and financial….responsibility 😅
I actually wanted to like Tesla, but people like those in the comment section has annoyed me so much for years I simply don' want to be associated with it. I was soooo happy when Porsche released the CT!
What I don't understand from this article is what they specifically mean by "sales". Are those cars delivered, or contracts sold and if so are these allocations meaning they have "sold" all their available production slots for this year? I assume the second alternative to be true.
These delays appear to be random? Its either that or certain markets are prioritized? I ordered in July and I’m still slated for a later November / early December delivery with a build allocation for October. Dealer even told me they just had more fulfilled orders on route to their lot right now.
I asked my dealer that very same question. He told me to just harass him when ever I felt like it. Personally I am just going to wait now and try to stop thinking about it too much!
Ps! Same slot and estimated delivery date as you!
I picked the 4S. I won't run it on a track (and if I do, I will be surprised and probably have enough power to play with). I guess it boils down to what you will use it for, in my case I will have kids in the back and use it for what ever I am currently using my Volvo for (skiing, hauling stuff...
No TYD I’m Norway. However, got an October allocation in July. Freeze last week. Production update/confirmation from Porsche is still October with completion early November.
Could different markets be prioritized differently?