https://www.yahoo.com/autos/porsche-taycan-turbos-epa-range-204500393.html OK, another promising car that has under delivered. In the US, range is the king and this is much lower than expected. I think a lot of the US demand will evaporate. I am surprised that other than Tesla, no one has understood that at least in the US, range is a key decision factor. The Porsche Taycan Turbo already passed its biggest initial test. By our estimations, it drives and feels like a real Porsche and deserves the name and crest it wears (the Turbo part is a different story). But its second major test is serving as a properly usable everyday electric car, and its credibility in that regard just took a right hook from the EPA. After initial Porsche estimates pegged the Taycan Turbo's full-charge range at about 280 miles using the generous WLTP rating, the EPA gave it an official range of 201 miles. Uh oh.