It's not for everyone but I enjoy Sport Sound and I would miss it. For the same reason people enjoy dynamic exhaust notes during spirited driving, it adds to the experience IMO.
Also, the kids love it 😊
I don't have any of these features 😅
But, if I was to choose one, I would go with insulated glass. Porsche HUD is years behind other carmakers—like BMW. I test drove a Taycan with insulated glass and it makes a noticeable difference in noise and comfort.
I respectfully disagree. The surround view is fine, but the rear camera on the Taycan is terrible.
My other vehicle (BMW X5) has a noticeably better camera. It's the same camera that's in the BMW 3-Series which is 1/3 of the price of the Taycan.
While reversing in the Taycan, you have to do...
Consider the amount of wasted money, effort, talent and resources to get the Roadster in production—only to be delayed year-after-year. Not to mention the cancellation of the Plaid+ and delay of Cybertruck and Semi.
Meanwhile, the competition is here (or almost here). There are so many EV...
I didn't build my Taycan (purchased CPO) but I got every option I wanted except RAS 😩
I know "must have" is overused on this forum but I think this is one of the few must have options—especially if you're coming from a smaller car.
I know your question was directed towards RWD owners, but I test drove both cars extensively before making a decision. It was an easy decision for me to go with the 4S. The RWD was not as fun to drive as all the YouTube car reviewers made it out to be. I tried really hard to like it, but I...
Pano roof is a part of the Premium Package so you're going to get a lot of "yes" answers. If it only was a standalone option, I think it would be more split.
Personally, I would've opt'd not to have the pano roof because the roof line looks much better without it IMO. It does make the interior...
My Taycan was CPO so I can't really have regrets since I love the overall package that I got—and I would definitely do it again. That being said, if I bought new, full leather would be high on the list but not a must-have option.
This is the right answer.
Over 5500 miles driven and I’ve never once thought “I wish I would’ve opt’d for different wheels to gain 15 miles of range”. But I think I would have regretted getting anything besides the Mission E wheels.
I don’t mean to victim blame here, but that should have been a major red flag.
There is virtually no buyer protection when it comes to bank wire transfers. Only use payment services (i.e. PayPal, credit card) so you could get your money back—whether it’s a scam or the company goes bankrupt...