Porsche Taycan buyers will be able to stop pestering their dealer as they wait for their all-electric sedan to arrive, with the automaker adding a new way to track production of the luxury EV. The Taycan – which received several updates for the 2021 model year, not least a bump in estimated electric range – is the second model to be added to Porsche’s Track Your Dream service.
Launched back in May 2020, Track Your Dream is basically the equivalent of obsessively hitting refresh on a FedEx or UPS shipment, but for your new Porsche.
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