Info about Taycan now available online

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Cool, I didn't see that what is the difference
that is under the "drive" area in the "overview of vehicle setup" table.

It just says that "electric sport sound" is "normal" in the other 3 settings, but is "sport" in the sports+ mode.


In that same table they have "basic overrun boost recuperation setting" - do you know what that is?





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that is under the "drive" area in the "overview of vehicle setup" table.

It just says that "electric sport sound" is "normal" in the other 3 settings, but is "sport" in the sports+ mode.


In that same table they have "basic overrun boost recuperation setting" - do you know what that is?
Thanks, yeah, I don't know what that setting is
 

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Guys - quick way of loading this application on your windows machine......

Download Android Emulator : https://www.bluestacks.com

Set your location to USA using the location settings in bluestack (right hand side SET LOCATION)

Download the Good to Know APK from https://apkpure.com/porsche-good-to-know/com.porsche.enus.goodtoknow

Install the APK into bluestack

Enjoy the Taycan material :)

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Isn't that dangerous to install a non-store approved .apk on your device?
You know, Porsche owners often are wealthy people so hacking a phone can cause some serious trouble...
I've seen it happen so I don't install Google store approved .apks...just saying.
 

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Isn't that dangerous to install a non-store approved .apk on your device?
You know, Porsche owners often are wealthy people so hacking a phone can cause some serious trouble...
I've seen it happen so I don't install Google store approved .apks...just saying.
@Dee, quite possibly if you did install a dodgy programme to your phone but if your read above I’m not saying to do that at all.

I’m saying to install an android emulator (which is running as a virtual machine) and then the apk onto that virtual machine.

If the apk was dodgy then it would hack the temporary android virtual machine not your windows pc or indeed your phone

Blue stack could even be loaded in a windows sandbox if required.

Ultimately nothing is risk free and it’s probably better to wait till the app is available in local regions if anyone is worried about malware.
 
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