I think that it will be an OTA, I heard from a reliable Porsche contact that the car has all the hardware for it, but working out the software delayed with the roll-out.Wonder if we can get it OTA? Might be worth specifying surround view as you would probably need that to enable.
Yes, it reads road signs and sticks you to the maximum. I believe you can offset it so if the sign says 50, you can overdue by a 5mph uplift etc.Will the Taycan with InnoDrive enabled reduce and increase speed to maintain the posted speed limit?
From the website, the description seems to suggest this but would like confirmation:
"Porsche InnoDrive: Porsche InnoDrive offers optimum regulation of driving speed based on navigation data and radar and video sensor technology to deliver greater comfort, increased fuel efficiency and the customary Porsche driving feel. Driving speed is predictively adapted to speed restrictions and road topography (gradients, corners). At the same time, Porsche InnoDrive controls acceleration, deceleration and gear selection (including coasting). The system's predictive capability of up to 3km and real-time optimization of driving strategy enable a harmonious and fuel-saving drive."
Without Innodrive but with the Adaptive Cruise Control option, will the car be able to read the posted speed limit and adjust the speed of the vehicle accordingly? Or is this only possible with the Innodrive option?It definitely does it in the uk. If you Goto configuration on Porsche and select InnoDrive.
I’m still undecided on where her to add Innodrive/ACC to my Turbo!
I think I am convinced on everything else on my build which has to be locked in a few weeks time but this I keep changing my mind on (and whether to add the Mission E wheels)
I really wish I could try them both and make a decision !
We can’t in the UK mate as there are no demos! or showroom carsWell if you your dealer demo has the InnoDrive you can decide the mode when you turn on it, or change it while its engaged. So you could try both and decide.
I will have this on my Audi Etron which arrives in a couple of months so having it in the Taycan makes senseAnother member pointed me to the Porsche Good To Know app which has the entire Taycan user manual. I downloaded it from the Apple AppStore. There is a good video that runs through InnoDrive and how it works. For me, I'm not too interested in the self steering stuff, but what InnoDrive does that ACC doesn't is regulate your speed based on posted speed signs. This one feature is what I was looking for so I decided to upgrade from ACC to InnoDrive.
I used PID in dealer demo. When speed limit reduced, Taycon slowed to be at the limit when we got to the speed zone. My Model S does not do that. Once it passes the sign, it starts its slowdown.So in the Audis, the way this works is that you can set it above the speed limit if you want and it will accept it. However, once the speed limit on the road changes (say from 65 to 55), the system will reset your selected speed to the new limit, at which point you will have to increase the speed to the speed you want again.