Featured Taycan to Star in Porsche's First Super Bowl Ad

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  1. evanevery

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    Funny how Tesla is getting the job done and selling cars though (unlike all your other OEM, inc Porsche...)
     
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    That is a very strong statement!
    Where did you get this fact from?
    We will see in time how the battery technology and battery management system on the Taycan stacks up. AUDI certainly did not get it correct yet in their e-tron
     
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    check your facts before you post.... no need to bash other brands just concentrate on this one or at least on what you know......
     
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    Wait, were you the person agreeing with Kyrie Irving that the earth is flat? Please bring actual facts to this forum and not alternative facts. Tesla, their battery technology and their supercharger network, as of today, is the best of any OEM manufacturer. In fact, if VW did not get caught in dieselgate, and was forced to pay billions in fines, they would not be funding the EV network that is going up right now. I love my Porsche’s but Tesla still has them beat in what counts when in comes to battery technology dealing with thermal management and software. They also still have the fastest charging supercharger network in the world. What Porsche states they will have with their charging network is still 1+ years away...if it come at all. Just look back at ALL of the Car OEM manufacturers stating 7-10 years ago that they would have competitive EV’s coming out in the next year. We are now in 2019, and what Audi, MB, Volvo, Kia, etc have come out with are compliance cars, not competitive cars.
     
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