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Discussion in 'General Taycan Topics' started by Tye, Jul 6, 2018.
Nice find Paulo!
Seems they will have a few new wheel designs as well...
With the Tesla model 3 parked beside them you get a much better idea of their proportions. Looks quite low and sleek
Tire width rear: 305/30 ZR 21.
Definitely - the Taycan appears to be 911 height, which is awesome. Also cool that they’re fitting the hood with the Porsche crest and the black and white logo on the wheels. It’s coming together!
Sorry, it was an attempt at humour (something a Porsche official said about easily identifying the Taycan from the Panamera)
I personally don’t like the ‘interpretation’ of the E wheels
But I have to admit the car is starting to grow on me again
Even the colour black looks pretty good
A Standard Tesla 3 is 144cm a Panamera 141cm. I would sound on a high on 137cm high.
They're no longer hiding the Porsche badging....seems we're definitely pretty close to final...
Also, I don't recall seeing these side louvres before. Maybe this is the turbo version?
I don't see the difference. It's the same for me.
Remember the firsts picture from last month was processed with Photoshop, especially the section you highlighted.
This photo is also 2 months old. Looks the same
Ah yes, I see.
Must be the different viewing angle.
In the vid from Shanghai, I'm convinced, there's a gray Taycan hiding under that camo.
That's very pleasing news indeed. A lower and sportier stance and proportions is what I was expecting and hoping for. Is there still taped on camo on the mules?
Look at my 3rd pic above your post. You can see the tape as clear as day on the lower front spoiler
Guys, here´s some comparable photos. Dont forget there´s still a few tape/camo (simple but very effective). I think of the Taycan as a jacked up dude (Mission E) who started doing some cardio to get a leaner body (which is not bad at all)
If you do a roof/top chop, it'll be very close to the Mission E.
As I said earlier, we should stop comparing them.
The Mission E is a fantastic concept but let's forget that and look at the Taycan as a car, not as a Mission E cuz it just isn't.