Porsche Taycan Turbo EV Review: 0-60, 0-100, Ride, Catch, Charge & Real-world Range | Advanced Equipment

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  1. I really think it is not quite right when people regard Tesla being a main competitor to any cars with Porsche logo on it. It is like comparing juicy steak, which is Porsche, with garbage meat.

  2. Not practical? That’s completely subjective…and his FIRST reasoning is that the boot is a similar size to a focus? Yeah definitely 2 cars you’d compare haha clueless

  3. I feel that an electrical car with combustion engine assist cars are in a different class. I just want to see the mechanics try to fix this one. You have to be an Electrical Engineer with a substantial knowledge in BDLC motors and a great deal of knowledge in Close Loop Control Systems to even begin to diagnose when something goes wrong. Point is, a lot of things have to synchronize to make this car work really well. Knowing how semiconductors work, now you are adding the manufacturing 6 sigma into the mix. Nope, yeah, it might be fast, it might be beautiful, I might be the best, but I want no part of one. Not even racing against them! but then again, that is just me.

  4. Do not only hope on government for your income, as an individual try to look out for different streams of income in order to be financially independent.
    Always save the little you can and think of what to do with It when it becomes capital.
    Government has failed us, so lets not fail ourselves. Take a chance on yourself and invest in yourself

  5. According to a report by Agenzia ANSA of Italy on May 18, 2021. The company "FIH" (Foxconn Int'l Holding Co.), and the fourth largest multinational automobile group in the world "Stellantis" signed a memorandum of cooperation to invest in the joint venture company “Mobile Drive”, with 50% of each party's shareholding. Headquartered in the Netherlands, the Mobile Drive's corporate goal is to integrate the different industrial advantages of the two parties, thereby shortening the development time, and providing electric vehicle drivers with a new experience through the latest technology HMI human-machine interface.

    FIH’s mother company is the Taiwan-base Honhai/Foxconn Group who is worldwide largest multinational ICT (Information and Communication Technology) manufacturing company with revenue of 190 billion US dollars in 2020.

    Stellantis is consisting of Fiat Chrysler (Fiat Chrysler) and French Peugeot Citroen (Peugeot Citroen), and each party holds 50% of the shares. It announced the merger in December 2019 and completed its operations in January 2020. From two groups, Stellantis has a total of 18 automotive brands including Peugeot, Citroën, Opel, Vauxhall, DS, Alfa Romeo, Fiat, Chrysler, Dodge, Maserati, Lancia, Jeep, RAM etc. That mak it to be the fourth largest automobile group globally. The company has 400,000 employees, has operations in more than 130 countries, and has manufacturing plants in 30 countries. The group plans to launch 39 electric vehicles by the end of 2021.

    https://www.stellantis.com/en
    https://www.foxconn.com/en-us/about/group-profile
    https://www.stellantis.com/en/news/recent-events/mobile_drive_joint_venture
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFq3TnxNiBY

    Foxconn (Taiwan name is Honhai) is a Taiwanese company having its headquarter in Taiwan, and it’s a public company listed on Taiwan Stock Market. Foxconn is worldwide largest multinational ICT (Information, Computing, Telecommunication) manufacturing company with revenue of 190 billion US dollars in 2020. It’s subsidiaries includes Japanese company Sharp and the worldwide number two LCD Screen Manufacturer “Innolux”.
    Honhai/Foxconn have manufacturing plants in Taiwan (for Information Security Products), China (consumer electronics), India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, US, Mexico, Brazil, Europe. The famous products it manufactures such as iPhone, iPad, iMac, Sony’s devices (PlayStation), Xbox, Google’s devices, Amazon devices, Telecom products for Cisco, Nokia, Ericsson, Satellite Receivers, and Infotainment System for global Automobile Companies.
    Owing to the US-China trade war & tech war, Foxconn has to gradually move most of its ICT manufacturing plants back to Taiwan, South Asia and India, and make down-size of its operation in China.

  6. Dear Top gear
    As you know viewership is get lower when you fired Clarcson
    We have propozyciot for you. We want Clarcson Hammond And May but Pady Chris and Flintoff can stay in show.
    Peaople will be more happier when old crew will be back. We love current crew but this is not thesame that befour. Top gear was THE GRAITEST TV SHOW/THE GREITEST PROGRAM?THE GRAITEST THING IN TV. But now that is not thesame. PLS Give them back. It can be benefical for you and for us.
    Signatures down below

  7. I'm conflicted. On the one hand calling an EV car 'turbo' is terribly lame. On the other, the 2:40 tickle-tickle option, especially if completed with the customizable sound effects option, is spot on! I can't wait to meet my mates with one of these at Itasha!!!

  8. This video is terrible. White coat, geeky presenter talking to us like we have never seen a car and his voice sounding like he is 12.

  9. 3:50 When my Dad and I went to the TG Test Facility….. we called it Milbrook. Just down the road from where i was born. Dad was spending the day testing some seats in some honda's. Took me along for the Lolz

  10. Sorry to be a pedant, but the 0-100 time was 7.9 secs when rounded to the nearest tenth of a second.

    No, I'm not fun at parties.

  11. Not the first electric Porsche. The first Porsche was the first electric Porsche. Top Gear really going downhill smh

  12. You will still burn fossil fuels since most electricity is made by burning them.

    That was the point to begin with. But no one listened.

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