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Like many have said and written, the turbo and turbo S do a great job of hiding the massive weight of the car thanks to the advanced control systems (dynamic chassis control, rear axle steering, torque vectoring), but for those of us considering a 4S, where those are a significant upgrade, how necessary are they?

Anyone driven a 4S without them? How does it handle? Issues with snow without torque vectoring?

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I am waiting for the rear wheel drive Taycan.
The only chassis option I'm considering is rear wheel steering to reduce the car's turning radius.
Hopefully after June the Taycan can be ordered without the glass roof that you are forced to order currently.
 

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Like many have said and written, the turbo and turbo S do a great job of hiding the massive weight of the car thanks to the advanced control systems (dynamic chassis control, rear axle steering, torque vectoring), but for those of us considering a 4S, where those are a significant upgrade, how necessary are they?

Anyone driven a 4S without them? How does it handle? Issues with snow without torque vectoring?

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got my 4S in Sept and since I'm in Colorado I put snow tires on and have driven in the snow. It drives great on dry and snowy surfaces. I think it may be as stable as my Mercedes SUV in the snow. I do feel the weight difference vs. my previous GT4 and 911 turbo but it handles beautifully.
 

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I only got RAS since I read a favorable road test of a 4S equipped with it. So much for waiting for the RWD version....
 
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