A couple notes from the article:
- apparently it is standard to have 400 pounds of extra weight. That is good news, since I can safely gain another 230 pounds and still hit this performance!
- They worked with a third party, Emissions Analytics, which does a lot of car testing.
- They got...
IIRC, The federal law has not yet taken effect in the US. From WIki
"The regulation requires full compliance in September 2020, but 50% of "quiet" vehicles must have the warning sounds by September 2019."he
They may have already put in it. @louv does your car have this pedestrian noise?
uhhh, they are a bit late to the party on that. Lol.
Someone already did this by using a mix of chargers that aren’t proprietary to one vendor, and they did it without a sponsorship and only r2d2 to help.
My 4S order finally went to V250, vehicle fixed !
Hopefully means going into production soon since 4Ss began showing up in Europe
Ordered in December, original date was mid January.
Delivery date is late May.
A software update makes sense. I new battery pack makes no sense at this late point. They already have done a gazillion hours of testing on the original pack and besides, already started delivering cars.
Considering that he tagged Musk on the tweet, he seemed to be looking for attention.
Also, the headline of "Porsche Taycan Exploded in the garage" is click bait, since all we know is that it burned in a garage. An exploded car probably would have been all over the place.
Porsche and the local...
This reminds me of a Rorschach test where it could be penguin playing piano or a truck unloading cargo, or one of those magic images where if you look long enough you see a dancing dolphin. I was never good at either of those, so I just see a mess of metal.
There have been delays in the past
https://rennlist.com/forums/cayenne-9y0-2019/1165781-cayenne-coupes-delayed-until-spring-next-year-3.html (messages 31, 36)
I also asked a dealer if this is a...
Does anyone know if you can set the Taycan to charge at specific times?
Use case: non Porsche charger at home. Get home from work, plug it in, BUT don't have the charging start until 9pm since that is when electricity is cheapest.
From the Porsche Connect Manual
I currently have a 40amp circuit in the garage, so I assume this means that I can set it for 32amps to provide that safety buffer people mentioned. Is that correct?
I have a charger I got for my son's Bolt, which is on the 40amp circuit providing 32amp output...