For EVs this is a great metric to determine what's best for distance travel because if takes both range and charging speeds into account and doesn't let you hypermile. I can't wait to see the next gen batteries in Cybertrucks do this.Well, I guess if I plan to run moonshine, this might be important to me, but I don't plan on it
@IndyToronto Please elaborate what you mean by "clunky suspension" in a Model S. The air suspension in my Model S is anything but clunky.
Same with the low approach and departure angles. I keep my suspension in the lowest setting and I don't have to do anything special on sharply elevated driveways or speed bumps. What are you trying to go over that requires a higher approach angle thnn the standard height setting?
I agree 100% with the "spartan" interior, but it's not such a bad place to be in either.
I would seriously consider getting the taycan over a panamera if Porsche had a supercharger network.The Porsche has better quality, comfort, performance and looks. Tesla has better value, range and software. Honestly if I could afford a Taycan Turbo S, I would trade in my car in a heartbeat. The Taycan is absolutely beautiful in person and I absolutely love seeing a company challenge Tesla to step up their game.
I bought an X because I need the size for my family, but if the Taycan was the same price I would have told my kids to suck it up and squeeze in the back.If Porsche size was closer to Tesla Model X than the 2020 Roadster, it would actually be an interesting option. Hope Plaid coming soon.
I bought an X because I need the size for my family, but if the Taycan was the same price I would have told my kids to suck it up and squeeze in the back.