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Discussion in 'General Taycan Topics' started by Big_Pete1999, Apr 25, 2019.
There you go.
But the Taycan is much lower to the ground than the Mercedes coupe - and has much wider and sportier haunches.
I mean the idea of Porsche to use the rear to look like some sort of "new" Mercedes.
Of course it doesn't look like a Taycan.
I actually have an enormous question, and this kinda seems like the appropriate place to ask it.
On a scale of "dude, you're out of your mind, STFU" to "yeah, we will almost certainly see it", how likely are after-market body panels for the front and rear fenders that are more bulbous like on the concept? And I know you can custom make anything, but I'm talking like, the ability for mass production so it's not going to be $20k for a fender.
Not going to happen..........this is 4-door family sedan.
You're so salty.
Anything can be done with enough money and creativity.
I'm sure there's already companies looking into this. I hit up a good friend that works for Vossen a couple of months ago, and they're already working on wheels for the car.
There are a lot of people out there that are never happy with ANY car from the factory (ahem ahem), so there's no doubt that Prior, LB and all the other aftermarket body people are chomping at the bit to get their hands on some donors.
I already know exactly what I'd like to do, just based off of the mules.
Made some more:
I used the wheels of my own car (BBS LMs).
It’s amazing how close Tye’s renderings a few months ago were.
But the real car is closer to the Mission E than to Tye's renderings
Come on dude. Those renderings are nearly spot on. Don’t forget how long ago they were made !
Agreed. They're pretty damn close. Also, they're at a different angle...soooooo...
A quick one with nicer wheels.
It's growing on me...