Pork scratchings


#641

He hasn’t got a dog. :wink:


#642

That is his loss.


#643

I have really wanted a Tesla for some time, but haven’t been able to afford a Model S. Now, even if I could afford one, I wouldn’t get one.

Would you really buy from Tesla, with all the bugs you’re likely to get and little things that will go wrong (kinda like a TVR?), rather than get a Porsche, which will be more reliable, comfortable and just simply better?

Tesla is teaching the end of its honeymoon period with investors, which is being put down to Musk and his marketing-heavy approach, but what will really destroy them is companies like Porsche bringing out vehicles that are simply better than theirs.


#644

#645

Shut up and Taycan my money, amirite?


#646

If it’s available in brown it could be a schokolade Tekanne


#647

First report of a Tesla fire I’ve seen, at least it didn’t blow like a petrol tank


#648

Essence of fugly…WTF are the wheels about for a start?

Something so hideous can only come with the most comedic of price tags…


#649

I do hope that it’s some incredibly clever system whereby air is sucked in through them to cool down the motor and/or battery. Or that you can change them…

Apart from that I quite like it.


#650

It will be twice as expensive as the Tesla and have loads of issues, as it’s Porsche. Most of it will come from VW parts dressed up and charging 3 times the price.


#651

apparently a base price of about £60k-£70k, Tesla S starts at £55k


#652

Agreed, but it’ll drive like a race car.


#653

And that’s a good thing?


#654

I like it.

It won’t be competition for Tesla, as I can’t see Tesla surviving that long.


#655

Of course!

What I mean is it’ll handle and steer well. Unlike most cars which drive like sofas. It makes driving more pleasurable.


#656

Peppa Porsche won its class in Le Mans.


#657

Was Peppa driving.


#658

Peppa Pig?