It is obvious to me that Porsche made a blatant and unoriginal copy of the almost defunct Faraday FF91 a few years ago and is slowly bringing it to production. The shape of the car, dimensions and specifications are almost the same. Ironically theses seem outdated as Tesla has moved on. However, the Model S can't make it around the Nurnberg ring, but the Taycan will. This seems to be attributed to its "permanently excited motors". Can someone explain the difference between these motors and the Tesla motors in layman's terms? Should Tesla be considering Permanently excited motors in the new roadster?