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£100k for a car. But clearly no sense at all.

This was what I found as I came to charge the other day.

Mental.
 

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thegruf

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Wow. Bet Land Rover are proud to have that imbecile as a customer.

You should send pic that to JLR and see what response you get, if any especially as they now sell iPace.

I came across this pathetic jerk and emailed Porsche, guess what they could even be bothered to answer. For all they knew I might have owned a Porsche as well ( I don't because that's VAG stuff and I won't touch any of their product due to the diesel lies and deceit ever again)
 

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arg

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It's possible the RangeRover driver in the first photo was merely incompetent rather than inconsiderate. If this was a Tesla destination charger rather than a supercharger, then what they did would have been reasonable - and that subtlety is probably lost on the average person. Not realising that the car isn't charging is a bit foolish, but again in a PHEV it's not nearly as critical to check as it is in a BEV.

The Porsche driver in @thegruf 's photo is just a plonker however.
 

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