Delays are getting longer for the Porsche Taycan


Heavily impacted by shortages of components, particularly semiconductors, transport difficulties and the conflict in Ukraine, the European auto industry is struggling to meet all customer demands. Added to this is a new data, the rebound of the Covid-19 epidemic in China, and new confinements decided by the Chinese state.

On the side of the German manufacturer Porsche, if production is now almost back to normal, the situation concerning certain models is somewhat thorny.

This is particularly the case with the new electric Porsche Taycan. If, as the spokesperson for the German manufacturer points out to our colleagues at Automobilwoche: “ Since the beginning of the week, the Porsche plants in Leipzig and Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen have been producing at a steady pace again,” the damage is done, and delivery times continue to lengthen.

Regarding the Porsche Taycan, 9,470 copies of which have already been sold since the start of 2022, i.e. more than the Porsche Panamera (7,735 units sold), and even than the Porsche 911 (9,327 copies), the delivery times of the vehicle now stretch to more than a year for certain versions currently ordered.

A situation that could deter some potential buyers of the electric sports car.

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