Well, after my dealer reassured me that Porsche wouldn’t release cars from the port for transport unless the TPMS had been installed, I find out this morning that this was not true. The car is now at my dealer still missing the TPMS. It does seem in fact that Porsche is running out of room at...
Be prepared to wait. Ready for transport doesn’t seem to mean too much for Porsche these days. My car has been stuck at the port here in the US for over a month missing its tire pressure module system.
St Pete? I’m dealing with Reeves in Tampa. I haven’t seen any Taycans in the wild here, but I did test drive one at Reeves which got this whole thing started. No other car I test drove was as much fun as the Taycan.
Would your dealer allow you to transfer your deposit to a MY22 order? It sounds tempting to me too, but my car is only missing the TPMS and I don’t see too many drastic changes in MY22 to warrant hitting the reset button.
It seems the PPF was directly applied over the badging. Do you know if this is common practice? I seem to remember reading that badge removal and re-installment on the Taycan is difficult, which may answer my question. The matte white looks stunning.
Hey, I’m in Tampa. That looks great. I’m currently awaiting delivery of my Turbo S, which is scheduled to happen this month post-TPMS delay. Are you willing to share how much you ended up paying for PPF, ceramic coating and tinting at auto paint guard? TIA