Since first deliveries of the Taycan are promised for 9 months from now, do we really expect the final product to differ from the cars seen testing other than where the camo is attached? In other words do we expect a different body shape by having different front and rear quarter panels? Personally I think that is highly unlikely. I do expect the front headlights, currently covered by camo, to look much more like the Mission e headlights. And I expect the taillight bar, currently covered by camo, to go all the way across the back. And I expect the rear valence to be different since it will at least lose the fake exhaust tips. And I don't understand what the camo on the C-pillar is masking. Taycan spy shots have been posted from at least half a dozen different locations. They all look the same in terms of the main body panels. It would be interesting to find an existence proof for spy shots of a car 9 months before first availability where the major body panels were different when the vehicle went into production. I am not aware of one. It certainly wasn't true with any of the McLaren models in the past 7 years.