EPA testing is not done outdoors, but in a controlled environment using a dynamometer.I wonder performing the EPA test during winter has something to do with it.but something is not right. If you look at Alex on autos youtube test of bunch of EVs cars real life range you will see M3 range is a lot lower than EPA. While all others were very close. That tells me EPA testing has a loop hole.
Well you can not have the Performance AND the range. And imho there is no comparison between these two cars in many ways. If you like one you won’t like (or appreciate) the other.Or get a Model S Performance and have both . . .
No, it's really not like that.Hate to repeat but whether it’s right or wrong I think it’s not fair to judge the Taycan by the range game. Don’t get me wrong, if range is important get a Bolt, cuz Tesla massively overstated the range in real life while the Bokt delivered a solid 180-250 for me year round at 60 KWHr battery.
But Taycan is not for range, it’s a halo EV for a halo “sport” brand. It’s a little like talking about 911s as being gas guzzlers.