That is just the same as between a base Panamera and a Panamera Turbo s or between a base 911 and a 911 Turbo s.
I have an unbadged 4s and when anybody asks I just tell them it's the Turbo S special edition 6000 SUX. Nobody has pulled me on this yet or even got the joke/reference.
I agree. In fact, I note that the original Tesla Model S was a rear wheel drive only car, and it had similar problems before they introduced the AWD. They don't even make a RWD Model S anymore.4 wheel drive is essential to use the power in most circumstances. came to 4s from Panamera S (400hp, rwd) - could almost never use the power, wheels spinning constantly and forget about fun in winter or wet roads. so, rwd would make sense for California, LA, Vegas and alike, where it's warm an dry most of the time.
Actually the opposite is true; it could be either car. Therein lies the mystery.
Are all the standard options the same including styling etc for the Taycan vs Taycan 4s - with the exception of the power and performance of courseI don't get it, by the time you spec the car it doesn't fall too shy of an equivalently spec'd 4S - 4S is therefore a no brainer! Unless there are country specific tax advantages (i.e. China where this car was originally launched last year) it will do nothing other than dilute the brand further...