Anyone have experience with the Innodrive?
Does it really benefit the usable range that much? I don't particular want it for the (limited) self-driving aspects.
Any other reasons to include it on a spec?
should be Q2 2022 according to the press release.
I’ve been in contact with my dealer about this car for the last 6 months or more and placed a deposit yesterday morning, so am hoping to get one if their first cars.
the Sport Turismo addresses everything I didn’t like about the Cross Turismo...
Given a choice of either torque vectoring or rear wheel steer, which do you think would be most beneficial to the way the Taycan drives. Or are neither really necessary:
I’m currently reviewing my spec, but trying to keep the price as low as possible!
Nice spec, Volcano grey would also be my colour choice - I’d go with black leather rather than grey, but it’s what you think looks best!.
personally I’d remove the rear light strip, remove Innodrive (which you won’t use on your commute) and save a good chunk by not having the Turbo S wheels...
This basically confirms my point?
1. Increase in cost:
2. When determining the increase in premiums, insurance companies consider three main risk factors:
If the modification will raise the risk of theft by making the car more attractive to thieves
If you are deliberately underinsured then (at best) your payout will be ratio‘d accordingly and (at worst) your claim will be refused.
Maybe I’ve missed something, but why not just find a different insurer? Plenty of Porsche’s are over £100k!
Will be interested in what Audi do as far as an ‘Avant’ version, to compete with the Taycan Cross Turismo.
if the Taycan C-T is more ‘mini-SUV’ style, while the Audi is lower, but with a more practical loadspace, that could be the clincher for me.