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TIM

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I visited the Porsche booth in Geneva motor show, the informationI was able to gatherare the following:

- The Taycan should be by Switzerland dealers in November - December this year, first deliveries beginning of 2020
- The prices are defined but they cannot share them. Confirmed that it will be between Cayenne and Panamera pricing. I had a discussion with a dealer general manager and he mentioned a price (not stating which taycan, nor if it was the basis price or with usual options) of 200'000 CHF. I assumed he talked from the "turbo" model so I did some maths (you'll find the snapshot of the excel sheet) and it lookout that it could be a price halfway between cayenne and panamera.

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I hope he is mistaken because that would be an extremely high price in Canada, ruling out my $100k budget by double.

For the record a base Cayenne is $75k and a Panamera is $98k here in Canada.

So when Porsche said between those two... I had assumed base models as anything else would be misleading.
 

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I visited the Porsche booth in Geneva motor show, the informationI was able to gatherare the following:

- The Taycan should be by Switzerland dealers in November - December this year, first deliveries beginning of 2020
- The prices are defined but they cannot share them. Confirmed that it will be between Cayenne and Panamera pricing. I had a discussion with a dealer general manager and he mentioned a price (not stating which taycan, nor if it was the basis price or with usual options) of 200'000 CHF. I assumed he talked from the "turbo" model so I did some maths (you'll find the snapshot of the excel sheet) and it lookout that it could be a price halfway between cayenne and panamera.

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I also visited the Porsche booth at Geneva, and spoke with a number of knowledgeable folks and they rightly said they have no information. The dealers simply don't have any specifics - pricing or release dates, and the GM you spoke to was just giving you his guess. When there is real information, the dealers will all know at the same time.
 



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