I really cannot agree with that given how I stop the traffic and the amount of time Satan's Chariot of Death turns heads.I considered Carmine Red, but thought it might be a little showy or garish. Now having seen several real life examples I don't think it comes off that way at all. If anything it's a bit mundane, a bit like any other red car on the road. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing if you don't want that much attention drawn to your Porsche. Crayon on the other hand kind of looks like someone forgot to paint over the primer. At least it makes any other bits of colour (e.g. brake calipers or interior) pop that much more.
Was waiting to see Satan's ChariotCarmine Red. It's a beautiful Ferrari red. No camera trickery. This is the colour to your eyes. Get crayon chalk if you want your Porsche to look like every other Porsche.
There was a Carmine red Taycan Cross Turismo in Porsche centre Dublin up to 3 weeks ago. See attached. Amazing in real life!Hi everyone,
I have deposit on Taycan RWD which is due to be built in October. I've changed the colour 5 times now It's currently being built in Carmine Red but I keep going back and forth between that and Crayon. If anyone has real life photos of either could they post them as you know they can look different in showroom. Would appreciate the help!
I don't like CR on the CT, but I think it's one of the best colours on the ST.There was a Carmine red Taycan Cross Turismo in Porsche centre Dublin up to 3 weeks ago. See attached. Amazing in real life!
I think it needs PPF and ceramic, otherwise a thin layer of dust or rain residue and it really dulls the colour in overcast conditions.Yep but mind the car is in a showroom under bright lighting plus the photo is over saturated. Typical Irish weather suggests it won't be that bright in the outdoors for most of the year.
I have been tempted with CR but each time I see one in the outdoors it always reaffirms my original thinking.