I deleted it on my carmine red 4S+ because I don't like the font and I prefer a cleaner look.Looks great. Mine arrives in early September. I’m debating on the badge delete. Why did you delete your badge?
The dealer had a customer’s Taycan on the floor w/o the badge and it looked great. My thoughts are to delete it since the font does not come close to the font on the PORSCHE on the rear.I deleted it on my carmine red 4S+ because I don't like the font and I prefer a cleaner look.
Design wise, there were two things I never liked with Porsche cars and stayed away so far.
1. The lights, which looked like the original beetles from the 50s. Why too much retro for me and I never understood, why Porsche could not design new lights for otherwise amazing looking cars like the new Panamera or 911, etc...
2. The crono clock and the badge font. This also looks super retro, not my thing. I like it modern. I like to go with the times, not stuck in the past.
The way I optioned my Taycan, this is all gone now and I am super excited to see my new Taycan at the end of this week at my dealer.
Sure will. I have bought 6 E-class wagons (estate or break), new, since we moved to Madrid in 1988. A 1988 and a 1990 E300TE 4matic (S124), a 1996 E420 (S210), a 2004 AMG55 Kompressor (S211), a 2013 AMG E63S Turbo 6,3L (S212) and my latest 2018 AMG E63S Twin Turbo 4,0L (S213). All loaded, all silver, the first three with dark blue leather and the last three with different variants of black (blue no longer available ) and most sold with well over 250,000kms. except for the first and last with about 80,000 kms. I am probably not going to replace this last one until AMG produces an EQE in wagon form. Probably not before 3 more years at least. The S-Class has always been too long for me. Parking spaces in Europe are normally 5 meters long ! However the EQS is little over 5 meters.Will you check out the EQS, too?