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Discussion in 'General Taycan Topics' started by Tye, Jul 6, 2018.
That's very true
You mean surprise us in a good way?
"But what about the cockpit? Still a well-guarded secret, it may not be photographed. We can only see some details under the disguise. There are displays and touchscreens, which are combined in a new operating concept. It seems Porsche wants you to feel surprised… At least for now."
" the conveniently positioned centre stack is loaded with haptic and visual adventures"
and there´s another article that says "visual delights" but i cant seem to find it.
I´m just expecting a cross turismo cockpit with some changes (i think the center touchscreen is the main difference regarding the cross turismo) but hey, if the surprise is good, i dont know but i hope it is!
About the charge port:
Maybe they re covering this!
Please please please please let it be so, the fact the haunches aren't as wide as the Mission E's won't even matter as long as the lines are sharper, and it has a proper spoiler
It'll also vastly improve the side profile.
I don't know, maybe it's me but there's a line, there may be a panel...
You tell me.
The panel lines aren't perfect, unlike Porsche.
The wing is higher on the right.
But that's maybe cuz it's a prototype...
Yeah, there's definitely a line there
I hope it's a panel hiding more pronounced curves and sharper creases
I was skeptical at first but the more I look at that particular area the more it looks masked. They’ve done an excellent job, not until the full reveal will we know for sure. I would have taken super close up shots of these ambiguous areas if I’d been at Goodwood FoS!
You can see the lines clearer here. Saw this earlier today.........
They are like little indentations from an extra skin that cannot quite hide the void behind it.......
And look at the top of the rear windscreen (on your shot) where it hits the ‘double bubble’,
As if that would work
am i seeing things?
On the other hand, these lines can be just a design, like the lines in the hood.
The tape on the sides may be just ends of the wrap.
But then again, there's no rubber window molding at the top.
It just looks like this rear window isn't the correct one either...
Again, I don't want to jump onto conclusions...
The first photo is a "shop" from a Cross Turismo.