Damn, this has put a spanner in my works. I LOVE those wheels, but am reluctant to pay the £5,100 difference for the wheels and mandatory brakes as seen on the configurator.
Will email my dealer now to see if it's possible and feedback here
Starting to think tracking cookies are getting way too advanced. Place my order and just received this email from Boss :CWL:
Here's a link to the store: Here's a link to the store
Does anyone here like to buy Porsche related garments?
On another note, I think these insurance brokers and comparison sites are purposely hiking the prices of electric vehicles. All due to the prospect of autonomous driving and some car manufacturers like Tesla stating that they're so confident in the safety of the self-driving capabilities, that...
It is a lot higher than one would expect. Simply because it's an EV it seems. Mine's £1800/year at 26 with 5 years no claims for a 4S.
And as a comparison, my dad has a Panamera Turbo and is getting the Tacan Turbo S which causes his insurance cost to double.
No, he's talking about a different grant I believe as my dad is also expecting it for his delivery in a months time. It's a grant the UK gov have since pulled. They gave a 6 month grace period on those people who had ordered an EV so they could make use of it. I believe it runs out in about...
Haha sorry, I meant I ever so slightly applied the breaks and it would have a much bigger impact in braking. e.g. on my Velar, I have about a 10% cushion when breaking before I can even feel anything. That 10% pressure on the Taycan would bring me to an immediate stop :CWL:
Its interesting to hear how other people fare with the brakes on the Taycan. Coming from a very small history of cars (Ford Focus and RR Velar), one of the most hardest things for me to get used to whilst on my test drive was the brakes. On my past cars I had a little cushion before I’d feel any...