Hi! Came across this forum when looking for information about the Taycan, which is sparse at the moment - with only about four months to go before full presentation. I am a reservation holder from a few months back. Drives Tesla P85DL, has about 120000 km on it, could not be much happier. But the Model S interior needs a solid upgrade. If that comes and Tesla is in good health by the end of the year, choosing between Model S and Taycan could be difficult. The Porsche allure is strong, but Tesla is not without it either. In contrast to others here, I am not so much wishing for a supercar as for a very good daily driver. One of the elements there is one-pedal driving. I think Tesla does it just right: the electric system on one pedal, the mechanical on the other - you know exactly what happens. I read argumens about easier coasting if all braking is on the left pedal, but that is nonsense to me: finding the coasting position for the "gas" pedal is no problem at all. Having a large range of acceleration AND deceleration with one pedal is great. Also I hope they don´t overdo the synthetic sound. Respecting rules about warning pedestrians is fine, but more than that: no thanks. I have no wish to drive a synthesizer. So, there you have a couple of points. Looking forward to following the discussions here, and to the reveal!