Razors Edge Posted January 14, 2020 Share #1 Posted January 14, 2020 Somewhat surprising, but I guess it makes sense in the long term. I am interested to see how Tesla responds as the new Porsche Taycan comes on-line and challenges as a mainstream performance electric car, but at $100k+, it might actually give Tesla a higher ceiling for a premier car in the same vein as the Taycan. As an aside, my neighbor recently test drove a Taycan and he (a petrol head) said he would seriously consider it I was shocked and had expected him to talk smack about it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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