Obviously, you have not driven a PDK or you would understand my post.What mistake?
What are you talking about?
There is no center shift, never been, never will.
It's no shifter for the gearbox, it doesn't even shift gears, it's an automatic my good man.
It's a selector for driving direction of the motors, nothing more.
There isn't even a reverse gear, it's just the motor that turns the other way.
It's a shifter which goes up and down, not fwd or bwd.
You may consider it more of a clutch: engaged (D and R) or disengaged (N).
Yes, it's a ridiculous poll.
Ok, just for the sake of a fun argument:Because I’m assuming Porsche chose the order RND, and not DNR, NRD, NDR, etc. from the “customary” PRNDL.
I've driven every car in between as loaners (Panamera 4S E-Hybrid, 992 C4S, Macan GTS) while my car was updated and no, I NEVER made the "mistake" nor had I trouble to drive the cars, including mine after it...It’s not a silly question when you have to make this selection in a hurry. AND, Try switching between a Panamera Turbo S-E Hybrid, a Cayenne E-Hybrid, and a Taycan. The first 2 also have a shift lever that if you rest your hand on it, will accidentally move left into the manual position and lock in the gear and require you to use the paddles to shift. Or you can then manually shift by pushing the lever forward. Or is it backward? Also Porsche thought they would complicate the problem in the Taycan, especially if you valet park, by positioning this lever so it’s totally hidden behind the steering wheel! Whose on First!