Sure ... if it's got a flat 6 naturally aspirated 3.0L with an additional electric motor to look after torque
I read a car article that said the new extended range Leaf is a better "buy" than a Model 3No, I need my personal car to have longer range than an EV car. Perhaps when the infrastructure is built up.
But I may replace our beater car with another, cheaper EV car. EV cars are now, ideal mode of transportation for commuting. Interestingly, all the "cheaper" EV cars like the Niro or Leaf are now close in price to a stripped down Model 3.
Most of these car articles have an agenda, and apparently the one that @Sgparnes read was trying to push Leaf.?♂Your kidding right? Other than being much uglier at least it’s slower, has less range, no supercharger network, less tech and costs more.
I think that Porsche is trying to address concerns like yours with the Taycan and their other forthcoming new models. They plan within a decade to have all their current models electrified, with the 911 being the sole remaining ICE-only Porsche at the end of the next decade. I can't see the Taycan being "just a laptop on wheels"; it's going to be more impressive than any ICEV from the 1970s or 1980s (excluding exotic cars and race cars).I could maybe get a smidge interested in a hybrid. But an all electric Macan just does not excite me. Flatline zero. There is no logical reason that you wouldn't want a better (than ICE) performing EV. Less pollution, etc etc etc. But it just sounds freaking boring. The only reason Tesla is interesting to me is because of the self driving tech.
EV's really will suck the soul out of driving. This might be because we boomers grew up with ICE, working on engines, loving the evolution in performance and sounds.
And now it will just be a laptop on wheels.
It will take alot of getting used to.
The question has 130 replies. Its trivial.I see that you still haven't changed the question, grim. A yes-or-no answer is probably impossible for most people.
You miss the point. You're just posting this question with the idea of answering your own question. But consider that other forum members might like to hear how likely forum members are to buy a Macan EV. "Yes or no" is actually not trivial; it's not very useful as a thread question. Adding a couple more possible answers (as others have suggested also) would make the thread more interesting to read -- such as "Possibly, but not likely" and "Decent chances of buying one"... I didn't vote because I can't answer "yes" or "no". I'll bet also that of the 2/3 who voted "no", once they see how amazing the Macan BEV is likely to be (based on how great the Taycan looks), some of those "no" voters may actually buy one.The question has 130 replies. Its trivial.