How Porsche's First Electric Car (The Taycan) Is Made

Porsche unveiled its new flagship automobile and it’s entirely electric. The Taycan, based off a show-stopping concept car from 2015, boasts a range of 280 miles. Watch the video below to see how Porsche makes the all-electric performance car within a new wing of their main plant in Zuffenhausen, Germany.

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+1 1. challenger451 commented 24 days ago

A lot of modern technology in production. Very impressive!
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0 2. Judge-Jake commented 24 days ago

Amazing automation there and a beautiful finished product. What I can't understand about electric cars, is that having four wheels which you could argue are four turbines why don't they charge themselves? :|
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+1 3. RobertTusk commented 23 days ago

#2 There are no free lunches in physics.
When braking, motors can become generators.
That is very efficient (regerative) braking and can recover very small amounts of power.
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+1 4. snotraddict commented 20 days ago

#3 Indeed, very small recovery. Isn't it so small it's basically useless? More of a sales gimmick?