They will brake better, going from 6 to 10 piston and a lot more brake area. And the car is very heavy.
when you see the yellow or white calibers they look like on a super car. So huge.
but I have not seen the red ones yet.
and of cause there will be normal brakes is black when we se the...
When you change the configurator here in Europe, the km per charge changes!
Data for 4s 93,4 kWh battery
19” is 462km combined
20” Turbo is 467km
20” 4s is 461km
21” mission e 421km
21” aero with white/yellow calibers 420km
21” aero with red calibers 424km
so no change from 19 to 20” rims
The reason Porsche uses the brake pedal for recuperating is it is the only way to be able to drive the car really hard! I also love 1 pedal driving, but I understand the choice! And the Taycan can recup so much power, if it was in the speeder pedal, it was like hard breaking when you lift the food!
I do not thing you Can see the difference. I was also thinking white, and at my Porsche center the dealer really had to look at the cars to tell me witch one were metallic or not! It was cloudy not sunny the day! I changed to Silver
Maybe someone got the same document in English!? But I was also surprised, for the buffer in the porsche battery is Very conservative. I drive a BMW i3, and I can not change the charging. Always to 100%.
They also write:
Parking for more than 2 weeks the % must be within 20-50%