I got to drive one of these at a local Porsche dealer. It reminded me of a Ludicrous S in speed. It felt very flat and stable and had great handling and steering. The interior was very high quality and I liked the controls and touch screens. I liked the ability for rear seat occupants to control HVAC and seat heaters. The storage space in the front and rear trunks was much smaller than a Tesla's https://speedtest.vet/ https://vidmate.bid/. The charging ports are in the front which I feel is a better location than in the rear. There is a control on the wheel similar to a Ferrari Manettino to control the drive modes of range-normal-sport and sport plus. Every time I went from one mode back to normal it turned on fake performance sounds which I could to disable. That reminded me of the "creep" feature on Tesla: the first thing to disable. The Taycan's $5,800 optional premium sound system did sound great. I went through about 12 miles of range on the car driving it fast and hard. I think I drove about 10-12 miles but we all know how low the range is and how inefficient the car is. To me, the more electric cars out there the better but I'd rather have a Ludicous S and a Performance 3 and money in the bank than one Taycan Turbo S. Good luck Porsche!