Tesla has been reducing its car prices this year, and now its vehicles are often cheaper than other cars with lower specs. This raises questions about how competitors can survive when Tesla offers more for less.
In this guide, you will get the depth difference between the Tesla Model S vs Porche Taycan in terms of pricing.
For instance, let’s compare the Tesla Model S Plaid, priced at $89,990, with the base model of a Porsche Taycan, which costs $90,900. The Tesla is nearly $1,000 cheaper, yet it outperforms the Porsche in terms of specifications.
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With Tesla’s price reductions, there’s a possibility that the Model S Plaid could drop below $80,000. This would make it eligible for a $7,500 U.S. tax credit, effectively reducing the cost by almost $20,000. That’s a great deal for the world’s highest-performing mass-production vehicle.
Let’s look at their specs:
Tesla Model S Plaid:
- Lithium-ion battery
- 0-60 mph in about 2.0 seconds
- 396-mile range
- All-wheel-drive (AWD)
Porsche Taycan (base model):
- 0-60 mph in 5.1 seconds
- 225-mile range
- Rear-wheel-drive (RWD)
The base Porsche Taycan falls behind even a Model 3 RWD, which costs much less at $40,000. It’s hard to justify choosing the Taycan over a Model 3 with a 272-mile range.
Electric vehicle batteries degrade over time, typically losing 10% to 15% of their capacity during their lifespan. Considering this, it’s unclear how many units the base Porsche Taycan will sell, apart from die-hard loyal customers.
So, if you had to choose, which one would you prefer, the base Porsche Taycan or the Model S Plaid?
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