The concrete advantage is the power output, charge rate, battery thermal management, and efficiency. There's no other widely-available non-Tesla EV that comes close to the Taycan in all four categories, and there are a lot that don't come close in any of them.what concrete advantage does the Taycan hold over the competition that one can actually point to and measure because it’s 800V? And how does the customer benefit?
It's harder to compare with Tesla because Tesla had literally a ten-year head start. My suspicion is that the 800V architecture papers over a lot of inefficiencies elsewhere in the car. As those inefficiencies are engineered out of future generations, we'll start to see more concrete advantages over Tesla.