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Hey guys looking for some unbiased (lol) opinions on this - I’ve currently got a an urus and and an evo awd, my wife has also got a cayenne e hybrid and a Honda e.

Having experienced the Honda e and the absolute ease of charging a car at home, I’m being swayed towards a taycan turbo to replace the urus. I haven’t driven the taycan yet, but it’s realistically the only premium ev out right now that makes sense.

What do you think?
 

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I know! I’ve never asked a question like this before! But that ease of charging is pretty attractive (plus the rest of the benefits on tax efficiency etc)
 

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I've driven the Taycan Turbo S. It is STUPID fast. Super cool car - something I'd be happy to daily drive.

Definitely not a Lambo, as the noise is where you get a lot of the drama.

Low key, fast, and fun for sure.

The power delivery can make you feel a little nauseous though as that power band is steep and immediate. The manager for our local Porsche dealer feels like the Turbo S is actually "too fast" if that is a thing, and felt like the regular Taycan was the sweet spot.
 

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Im actually cross shopping the same cars along with the g63. Looking for something that can hold 5 passengers, fast and not a dime a dozen. The taycan tts is third on my list simply because the looks don't do it for me when spending $200k+ and the urus checks most of my boxes other than resale and ease of servicing. I would probably stick with a Urus and wait another year or so until the taycan works out any issues and there are more available charging stations.
 

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Taycan is only a 4 seater :(

Im actually cross shopping the same cars along with the g63. Looking for something that can hold 5 passengers, fast and not a dime a dozen. The taycan tts is third on my list simply because the looks don't do it for me when spending $200k+ and the urus checks most of my boxes other than resale and ease of servicing. I would probably stick with a Urus and wait another year or so until the taycan works out any issues and there are more available charging stations.
 

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So what do you think now?
This is the future! Fast as hell, no need to fill up at a petrol station, good quality finish and interiors etc. It’s not a lambo though!

Definite cons are that it lacks soul and the lambo vibe, but all that changes when u can put your foot down at any speed and have your head snapped back by the sheer torque
 
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