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Discussion in 'General Topics' started by SpeedRacer, Jun 21, 2019.
Small video I found on YouTube
Is this the real deal?
If looks diferent from the side view we saw in a spy shot.
But if this is real It looks F...... Amazing!
We need PAG_J1, to confirm this!
I dont know why but the Steering, the dashboard looks diferent that the spy spots (very few interior spy shots and just one with good quality)
Let´s hope it is!
After Reviewing the avaliable Spy Shots of the Interior i think the Video is probably just a possible future concept interior that Porsche made for testing/study!
My answer from the other topic.
That could it be, too. Maybe just a concept fun version which they had on a testing car and a someone from Weissach filmed it.
This is a screenshot of the Taycan from the car's screen.
It looks very much like the Mission E, but as it's normally customary for cars to show their actual car model (and not a concept) on their satnav screens (especially for parking, looking at range etc.), it does make me question
It'll probably come to nothing, but I'm hoping for a nice surprise.
I really doubt Porsche is going to call some feature "AutoPilot".
Auto pilot would be just another name for park assist (not too wanky)
It looks like the mission e, but aren’t those rear view mirrors? (my screen is pretty blurry)
Might get back on the roller coaster
PAG is caught in the middle, but it was/is always going to be awkward for him
This is not a real-world video....
1. If you look at the reverse camera, the 2 cars on the display are clearly CG as they are the exact same car, but different colors.
2. The parking environment is all too wrong to be real. In the reverse camera shot the car reverses in a very short distance, yet when drive is selected there is immediately a brick pillar right in front of the car.
Likely just a future concept video.
True. I imagine a big company like Porsche would also have a lot of non-disclosure agreements, especially regarding styling.
But that said, PAG_J1 did say that the Taycan would look a lot like the Mission E, except road legal.
This is 100 percent fake. Look at the hand. Totally CGI.
Do remember, the spyshots of the mule's interior are cars that are already a few years old and you don't have to test interiors on the road, that can just easily be done in the design studio.
So this could well be a final design.
But then again, same with the different rear bumper of the Mission E, this could also be a study.
Yep. Even the movement of the whole thing is completely CG.
I'd imagine the general layout is similar, however. But, in no way is this a leaked video of the real thing.