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The only difference is that the high-drag 21-inch wheels were not reported from/to the EPA. That same source told us that almost no one buys those wheels, as most people stick with the 19s or 20s.
Almost no one - really? Anecdotal evidence from the pictures on here seems to show that more people have the 21” (of either type) than don’t. And when I visit the dealer most of the Taycans there have 21s too.





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I get down to about 17kwh even in -12c with AC on eco, 21c. One way. Not the other. Norway is just mountains so lots of hills. Flat roads are rare. But only if I go about the same distance you've shown here. Anything less and woof. :p I mean, this is a Porsche and I'll drive it like one.

Might go for a road trip soon and can't wait to log everything! :D
Even better! It never gets cold enough to test for winter weather, but it is all pretty flat here.
 

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Charged on 4-Dec-2020 av temp 19°C to 100%. Driven 439km to 4% on 19-Dec-2020. I use my Taycan like my Audi A7.
Impressive. I get about 160 miles at 85% charge.....maybe, in this weather. Maybe I will get close to 200 in the summer, we shall see.

Is that 18mph average ??? Wow, I average 40-60 mph when I drive.
 

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Large city driving, even the city highways have speed limits 60 or 80 km/h.
Sounds awful. We drive 85+ mph regularly on interstate and highways. When you are driving 85-90mph the car eats battery
 

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Sounds awful. We drive 85+ mph regularly on interstate and highways. When you are driving 85-90mph the car eats battery
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Around 30°C with AC and seat ventilation, some traffic jam at the destination, but mostly highway around 120 km/h. I was not even trying to get range!

I plan a longer trip next month.
 

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