The list doesn't include the Taycan, but this gives a good overall view of how much you can expect to lose in range during the winter / cold weather.
Just revealed at tonight's Tesla Semi-Truck event:
Not a fan of the Cybertruck design but that's impressive specs.
Tesla is opening up their proprietary charging solution. I hope this will improve the CCS standard or Tesla will get more companies to to adapt to their standard.
Porsche sent its Taycan EV cross-country to claim a 'charging time' record
It was plugged in for 2 hours, 26 minutes and 48 seconds for an LA-to-NY trip.
January 28, 2022
A standard 2021...
MANSORY presents its customisation programme for the Porsche Taycan
Since the beginning of June, MANSORY has been offering a completely newly developed customisation programme for all performance and drive variants of the all-electric Porsche Taycan, which includes three different areas of...
ZYRUS Engineering uncovers eye-catching new carbon fiber for the Porsche Taycan Turbo S
Norway, March 19th 2021
Zyrus Engineering uncovers the second phase of its eye-catching Carbon Fiber design package, this time for the Porsche Taycan Turbo S model.
The Zyrus Carbon Fiber parts exaggerate...
VW Is Said to Weigh Listing of Porsche Sports-Car Division
Volkswagen AG is considering a separate listing of its Porsche sports-car unit in a deal that could boost...
Porsche Taycan review: our first go in Tesla’s big rival
Don’t tell me, another Taycan prototype passenger ride?
Ah-ha! Wrong! This time we’ve actually driven the first all-electric Porsche on actual public roads. Full disclosure – it was...
Just saw this new section, I'll start! What will your charging habits be?
Will most of you be charging - at home or at work? Anyone hoping to have an Electrify America charger pop up around them or at a close dealership so you can mostly charge for free?
I'm personally hoping that my local...
Seeing the Taycan on the Nurburgring so often makes me wonder how many actual production Taycans will see a track. Anyone have any plans to track their Taycans even just once? I'll be doing it at least once just for curiosity sake. Obviously it'll be a porker in weight but I'm real curious to...
I asked this in the renders thread but thought I'd ask in separate thread - so will there be a Taycan, Taycan S and Taycan GTS like the rest of the Porsche models? I know not to expect a Turbo or a GT model :)