October:Wasn't the porsche taycan supposed to come out with this update? Or is it planned for next year like the other models?
https://www.gtplanet.net/porsche-taycan-coming-gt-sport/The Taycan is the first full EV from Stuttgart, and it’s based on the Mission E concept from a few years back. It’s also latest effort from a major car manufacturer to rain on Tesla’s parade.
It comes in two flavors at launch: the Taycan Turbo and the Taycan Turbo S. Using a pair of motors — one on each axle — the cars produce 671hp and 751hp respectively. And yes, despite the name, there’s no turbocharging involved; it’s simply a trim designation thing.
The latter of the two is the car on its way to GT Sport. Despite coming in at some 5,000lb, the Turbo S can hit 60mph in under three seconds and carry on to hit 162mph. You’ll get to experience the car in the game yourself by the end of October.
You guys also get to tune that ZL1 rightaway in latest TT..
I always assumed Spa was paid for by Michelin and would therefor come out with "their" update.
But since that is obviously not the case I do wonder what the holdup is - turns out this is the Michelin update (way less fanfare than I expected)
It´s obviously not following the pattern of being shown at an event and coming out soon after.
Is the old obstacle (licencing fee) is actually still there and is Spa making it to GT Sport is not a given?