Porsche Taycan 2021 electric car owner review (Switzerland)

Porsche Taycan 2021 electric car owner review (Switzerland)

Porsche ev drives (unsurprisingly) a Porsche Taycan 4S 2021 electric car.

This is Porsche ev’s first electric car, they’ve owned the Porsche Taycan 1-2 years and drive 10,000-15,000 miles annually. The current mileage of the car is between 10,000-20,000 miles and they achieve 450 miles range from a full charge.

 

Why did you choose the Porsche Taycan?

Innovation and environment.

 

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Positives – List 3 or more reasons why you love this electric car

  • Acceleration
  • innovation
  • clean emission.

Negatives – List 3 or more things that you really don’t like about this electric car

  • Flexibility to travel
  • weight
  • part of the user interface.

 

Have you experienced any faults with the car? If so, what have they been?

Malfunction heater & Head-up display.

 

What are the standout technological features of the car?

Fast charging, acceleration, handling, design & cockpit.

 

Surprise us! Tell us something people wouldn’t readily know about this electric car

Taycan has real Porsche DNA.

 

What electric car(s) are you interested in next and why?

Porsche!

 

Home charging unit – outline both positive & negative elements 

  • 7-8 hours charging time
  • convenient to charge at home.

 

Electricity supplier & tariff – outline both positive & negative elements 

No issue

 

Please itemise where you’re saving money owning & running an electric car

At least half of the cost.

 

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