golfcart wrote: ↑
Thu Aug 29, 2019 3:09 am
Looks awesome! I'm excited to see what the actual specs and pricing are. You know it will have amazing handling and a nice interior coming from Porsche... my buddy has a 2014 911 turbo and it is just ridiculous. There may be a few cars that'll beat it 0-60 but the overall experience of driving that car is unbelievable. If I was richer, unmarried, and childless this thing would be on my short list.
Yeah, to stereotype the potential buyers, Model S's are for the tech geeks and cool kids, and the Taycan will attract the people who have well-worn leather driving gloves and fantasize about (or actually have) driving the 'Ring, or powering out of Tertre Rouge and (quietly in this case) screaming down Mulsanne!
I'm not super thrilled with all the touch screens especially for HVAC, but for now I trust that Porsche will still emphasize driver controls that are easy to use at speed without taking your eyes off the road, over gee-whiz.
But can you imagine what it will be like when Porsche decides that batteries have advanced far enough to make a BEV 911?