I think they just want to sell you a car now, and not wait. If they don't refresh this year they will risk dwindling sales imo. If they don't refresh the Taycan, I'll go Macan GTS electric instead.Same here, they told me the same thing. What we might can expect is a software update with minor efficiency improvements
I will agree with regular fuel cars. But competition in EV Marked is hard and Porsche needs a bigger battery for 1000hp model which outperform Model S. With the existing battery they will get 300-400km in 1000 Hp Taycan against 600km in the Model S Plaid, which means thtat they loose the technology game.Same question for me. A battery change or big Infotainment redesign would have the biggest impact on residuals for older ev models. So if Porsche moves to a larger pack in 2024, that adds 10-20% more range, then that would have a huge impact on earlier models.
It does seem that Porsche believes in more steady evolution with an eye toward long-term value. It was great to see that they rolled out the latest update to the entire Taycan fleet vs just 2023's. If that trend continues, then I don't think we have to worry about
yes.Would GT be the high HP version?