Anyone doing European Delivery on your Taycan?

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  1. PPK

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    Anyone planning on taking European Delivery of their Taycan? This would be my first euro delivery. Any suggestions for vacation itinerary or driving routes post delivery?

    Also, how's the charging network throughout Western Europe now? Any countries to avoid for lack of charging stations?
     
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    Is this still available? I heard Audi cancelled their EU delivery program... if Porsche still does it by the time Taycan ships, I'm game.
     
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    I’m planning on doing European Delivery if it’s offered on the Taycan. Ionity network for charging is growing rapidly.
     
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    European delivery might be hard with North American EV charging ports installed on the car - while electricity is common and universal - the actual plug on NA cars is different than European chargers - and adapter or EU plug would have to be provided or installed - and then the car modified for NA charging physical plug standards by the delivery dealer once in the US.

    While I’m 99% sure the onboard charging hardware will be identical world wide - the actual charging port connections will vary by region - making EU delivery require some adaptation - I doubt this will be an option from Porsche - but we will see.
     

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