I agree completely. You can clearly see camouflage around the headlights and the taillights and trunk, but this looks pretty much like the final version which IMHO is fine. Personally I doubt the clamshell hood will make it to production but I’ve been wrong before. I’m #27 in Chandler. Eager to see the configurator.There’s clearly still a bit of camouflage going on with the headlights and taillights, but with these high resolution pictures it’s much easier to get an idea of the final design. I’ll be very interested to see if they stay with the separate hood (frunk) design or if they go back to the one piece design of the prototype and Macan. I also found it interesting that they dragged the charging cord around to the right side of the car rather than plugging in on the left. Perhaps the ports don’t work on both sides on these mules.
I agree. Porsche is doing a well choreographed camouflage strip tease by allowing progressive reveals of the production model prior to the reveal @ Paris or Frankfurt. I wonder if the company looks at Rennlist, Jalopnik and Taycan Forum. If so they must be amused reading the posts expressing “mule anxiety “. I don’t think there will be many drop outs d/t styling. I’m #27 @ Porsche Chandler: probably Q1/2020Not bad! If the camo is hiding Mission E style headlamps and a bit of body character that will be one good looking car.