Join Sabine from Porsche in this Spot On video as she unveils the different driving modes available in the Porsche Taycan, allowing you to tailor your driving experience to your preferences.

Discover the efficiency and consumption-optimised Range Mode, perfect for maximising your Taycan’s range with controlled speed limits and optimised system settings. Explore the versatile Normal Mode, delivering balanced performance for everyday driving needs. Dive into the Sport Mode, where higher performance and dynamics take centre stage. Or customise your driving experience with the Individual Mode, allowing you to configure settings based on your personal preferences.

You will also learn how to activate these driving modes using the Porsche Communication Manager (PCM) or the mode switch on the steering wheel (for Sport Chrono Package-equipped models).

Get ready to unleash the full potential of your Taycan by selecting the perfect driving mode for each journey, ensuring a tailored and exhilarating driving experience.

0:00 – Introduction
0:14 – Overview of the Taycan recovery system
0:39 – Sailing: Improving efficiency by reducing power consumption
0:53 – Brake Recuperation: Recovering energy from braking
1:50 – Overrun recuperation: Simulating internal combustion engines
2:16 – Activating overrun recuperation
3:04 – Auto mode: Adapting to the driving environment
3:35 – Activating recuperation from the steering wheel
4:00 – Deactivating recuperation
4:45 – Outro

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Taycan 4S: Electrical consumption combined in kWh/100 km: 24,1 – 19,8 (WLTP*); Range combined in km: 370 – 510 (WLTP*), Range City in km: 454 – 609 (WLTP*); CO2 emissions combined in g/km: 0 (WLTP*) I https://porsche.click/DAT-Leitfaden I Status: 07/2023

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