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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-12-2019, 11:18 PM Thread Starter
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Car and Driver Taycan review

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Sounds really amazing ... but it blows my mind that they don't support one-pedal driving. I wonder if it's true.

One pedal driving is one of the two main reasons that EVs are so much more responsive than ICE cars. Why suppress it in a vehicle that's so amazing otherwise?
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I agree with Porsche's approach and honestly wish the I-Pace had a 3rd regen setting of NONE. Ideal for highway use and on downhills.... if you want mild regen you can simply brake lightly!
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On my Leaf I was putting it in neutral when I wanted no regen. Does that work on the I-Pace?
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On my Leaf I was putting it in neutral when I wanted no regen. Does that work on the I-Pace?
The short answer is yes. However...

The blended brakes will not regen when in neutral. It will coast, but you need to touch the brakes and select D to use the blended brakes again.

Note that all vehicles have rolling resistance which includes a drivetrain friction component.

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