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Discussion in 'General Topics' started by TheSnape, Feb 22, 2019.
Well I beg to differ
A lot of you don't understand photography.
Both images are of the Mission E concept, but in the first one the camera angle is a little higher, whereas in the second one it's lower, and the profile of the car looks different - not much, but some of the curves are more pronounced in different ways.
A few degrees difference in height yes, but it would rather be the distance from the car. I guess they were really close and used a wide angle lens for #28 pic. Bit misguiding though, makes the car look VERY short and with the wheels very far out. Which again makes the wheels look enormous. Bit strange the wheels don’t look a bit elliptical though.
They should only use a lens that resembles the human eye IMO.
If you look at the spacing tire-wheel well you see that it's very uneven = taken very close to the car with a wide ange lense.
yes the stuff that looks panameraish is all camo. the underpinning is the “same” panels as the CT. and as i have said before in these posts, the representative at the official unveiling of the CT told me that what we got to see on the CT were a lot of production ready parts with some more concept oriented ideas added to be specific CT concept and not taycan or rather mission-e at the time. and obviously a taller car concept so as not to reveal the final proportions too much..... interesting tactic.
Gotta ask... won’t they be called:
Taycan Cross Turismo
I see several people referring to the CT as not being a Taycan...
Nah, people just call it the CT as its just easier to type. It's definitely a Taycan - but significantly taller than the four-door coupe
I know but I was more thinking what it’s officially named by Porsche.
As a show car it was called mission e Cross Turismo so I expect Taycan Cross Turismo ....
I'm still not convinced that there will be a Taycan CROSS Turismo. Despite some Porsche comments. The prototypes looked much more like a SPORT Turismo.
Some my guess:
Taycan Sport Turismo
And they both will be basically identical apart from the back.
Was by a dealer yesterday. Will be a CT, no ST yet. And there’s an email interest list for the CT.
But why oh why don’t we se CT mules then???
I'm still just having a hard time with the name. tie-can, tey-can, toucan jeez, why couldn't they have done a better job here...
I agree. Why couldn’t they just stick to race track related names? Even Daytona although that’s been taken
Rather a number, at least as an alternative. 911, 928, 944, 924, 964, 968. Keep going like that! 901 like the 911 was supposed to be called at the very start?
Cayenne = A hot spice
Panamera = Pan American
Macan = Some kind of nut?
Taycan = Some sort of very bad weather?
This was new to me... they made prototype electric Boxsters back in 2011:
So apparently they've been looking at EVs for a good while...