Concur. I’ve used PlugShare for years for my Tesla Model S. First when SuperChargers were few in number and now for destinations or trips away from Interstate highways where SuperChargers are most common.
I have had a Tesla Model S 85D for just over 4 years, have installed all OTA updates and have had ZERO problems. To be perfectly transparent, though, I do not have the P (performance) version or the more advanced autopilot hardware which was released later than my 2015 model. Perhaps the problem...
It will be very interesting to see some real world range results. I’m sure they’ll be better than EPA numbers.
In the meantime, you can’t extrapolate safely. I’m not sure how the Taycan computes range remaining, but my Model S CANNOT be extrapolated that way. Miles remaining is based solely on...
My Tesla Model S says 90% unless going on a trip, in which case starting at 100% is okay. I read recently that if battery is fully charged, regen charging won’t work. I deduced that’s because there’s no place for charge to go. Of course, Tesla does regen vice coasting while Taycan can coast...
PlugShare app has come in handy many times for various recharging systems.
ElectrifyAmerica app should be useful for Porsche 800V system, but not much there yet.
ChargePoint app displays their commercial chargers
I use them in AL, GA, and FL. Appear to be valid in CA also
While it is true Taycan can adjust the amount each axel is used for range vs. acceleration, the Taycan actually has 2 gear ratios for the rear motor - a low one for gas faster acceleration and a higher one for better range.
Teslas have only one gear ratio.