Taycan Cross Turismo Plastic Wheelarches Options

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My best guess (and it is just a guess) is that instead of a whole distinct ‘Sport Turismo‘ body style, at some point (2022 model year maybe) there’ll be an optional ‘Sport Package’ as an alternative to the ‘Offroad Design Package’ which will lower the ride height back down, add some body mods and delete the plastic wheel arches. So effectively a ‘Sport Turismo’ by another means.

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Seems an obvious move and short sighted not to offer at launch. No doubt they have their marketing reasons but let’s hope the plastic comes off and returns to the Panamera ST look with a Sport Design pack (and additions) as options.

Can’t believe people are getting excited by 20mm (really??) and a Gravel button! This is not a car for dirt tracks ‘ off-road. Muddy field (hmm, maybe not depending on tyre / rim choice) and a gravel track is more likely which is precisely what the Pana ST was / is great for!
 

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plastic arche wheels don't really look that bad especially with the off road package as same color as wheels (vesuvious grey). Looks pretty nice on this video.

 

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