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PREVIEW: Chris Harris Drifts The Porsche Taycan Turbo S | Top Gear: Series 28

PREVIEW: Chris Harris Drifts The Porsche Taycan Turbo S | Top Gear: Series 28



Chris Harris tests the newest threat to Tesla’s domination – the brand new, 761bhp all-electric Porsche Taycan. And despite it’s grippy four-wheel-drive electric architecture, Harris manages to get it sideways. Of course he does.

Watch the full test here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000f913/top-gear-series-28-episode-3

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Comments

  • ItsMini
    February 29, 2020

    Isn't it funny how he hated the Model S but love this thing?

  • Kunal Patil
    March 3, 2020

    Might not be friendly as Tesla but it can be used as petrol cars again n again Chris is the only guy to say it he is a genuine person I have been watching him from long time

  • Kunal Patil
    March 3, 2020

    It has no right to drive like this
    The best line of all time

  • Kusuma Wijaya
    March 5, 2020

    i like tha drenaline, speed to great to be true

  • GabrijelBro Bosnjak
    March 5, 2020

    It accelerates 0 to 60 in 1.6 seconds wich is quicker than tesla roadsters 2.0 acceleration wich does 0 to 60 in 1.9 seconds.

  • oplix
    March 6, 2020

    Viagra on wheels

  • William Bregnard
    March 6, 2020

    Grabs the lotion…"l'll be in my bunk

  • Michael Rahm
    March 6, 2020

    After looking at a few vids of koenigsegg , everything else seems like old ladies

  • Lawrence L.
    March 6, 2020

    I wish it looked more unique, and sexy, and cool….instead of like just another sedany Tesla appliance.

  • Mir5
    March 8, 2020

    Porsche should have made a car like this 20 years ago. Not 2000 911s that all look alike. This… Is exciting.

  • kobe lebron
    March 14, 2020

    I miss the 3 amigos
    U know which ones
    Hammond,may and the best of all jeremy

  • Sakichu Gouken
    March 20, 2020

    Hi Chris, when will you be doing the Corvette C8??

  • jledesmaf1
    March 29, 2020

    How does an electric have a turbo?

  • Mab-I-DayQ
    April 2, 2020

    It seems to spin its wheels everytime on launch no matter if its wet or dry. Wonder how fast it would launch if it wouldn't do that

  • andrea angelini
    April 8, 2020

    Spettacolare.U'auto elettrica da 2.400 kg che in pista gira agile come molte supersportive,esempio la Pagani Zonda F Clubsport ,Gumpert Apollo Sport meno 1000 kg direi che in Porsche hanno fatto un lavoro strepitoso

  • mauricesj66
    April 19, 2020

    I'll buy one when they make a coupe variation 👍😁

  • A R
    April 24, 2020

    Ive always liked Porsche’s but ive never wanted one, until I saw this it’s epic. So pretty and an absolute monster

  • roberto milan
    May 6, 2020

    STUPENDAAAAAA

  • Yes… Another German sponsored Top Gear show. I would love to see TOP Gear promotion revenues breakdown.. All that is left for brits is WW2 documentaries in BBC, ITV and ofcourse brexit. Bravo guys..

  • Imagine living in a country where petrol prices fluctuate between 1.5 to 2 Euros per liter (5.5 to 7 usd per galon..), where service costs are like ~500 usd for brake pads or 2500 usd for transmission oil and ac recharge or insurance costs are ~1.5K usd for a 13yo renault scenic 1.6L family car. A country where ALL cars rust in a rate faster than taycan's or model S's accelerates to 60… Any mistake in car choise might mean a major financial setback for any average income family. Such country is Norway, where I live. Here car choise is extremely important. And here we have been having the highest percentage of EV's per capita in the world since 2014 (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plug-in_electric_vehicles_in_Norway). You think it is a coincidence? Ehm I don't think so. It is as coincidential as the demand for Tesla's worldwide.. As a buyer, my history of car preference has been typical and influenced by media and general consensous. So I went from quality-cutting edge (or so I thought..) "German" engineering to lower cost-specs value for money (much better than I thought!!) to EV's (revelation!)! So I transitioned from Audis-BMWs (lost so much money and had so much frustration..) to the likes of Renaults (so much better and undervalued than I thought..) to EVs such as Leafs and Teslas (oh yes finally). And my money bleed went from critical/no-recovery to sustainable to "oh my god". Mind you this transition went along with car-driving enjoyment increase! Over this period I also realised how misguided I have been and realised media's role to this due to their connection to established Auto industry. I was fighting for my automotive "life" and luckily electrification saved me. I can go on for ever on this subject but the bottom line is that the average consumer is like me and for the average consumer like me EV's are THE solution. THE obvious choise. I am an engineer and I know that this solution was there very very long ago.. Long before Tesla launched their first model S.. So when EV's came to the scene with totally viable solutions around 2010-2012 (my primary commute car to this day is still a TESLA S P85..) what did the media and Hariss's & Clarckson's did? They either totally ignored, ridiculed or fought against them. They did that despite people buying them like hot cakes, despite their impecable crash test results, despite their OBVIOUS economical and driving advantages that even a 5 yo (let alone a higly experiened car journalist) could highlight. Why? Was it oversight? Was it ICE love emotions? Well yes to a certain extend. But oversighting for 15 years? Come on we are adults. They mainly did because established ICE manufacturers were not ready (and still aren't..) and were threatened. If that is not a proof of their inherent (media – auto industry) relationship what is? So after one and half decade of ignoring the millions of EV sales globally – ridiculing cars such as my S P85 which has had 0 costs and issues HERE in icy Norway they are now telling us EV are here? How come? To me it is clear that traditional EV manufacturers are now feeling a bit more confident with their EVfication production and can now launch a marketing campaign. To me, with regards to EVficaion, established media and auto industry are like a market criminal (more than that actually) who consciously commited crimes for decades, then during trial used their money for delays and charges avoidance and now they are back advertising and asking me to trust them! But as I said, we are adults. The issue remains. I(we) have lost tons of money, planet is not a better place and all this due to misleading (and my(our) own blindness of course!). So if there is anything I can do to influence or change this I will. I vote to writte comments like this when I can and make sure I boycott products and journalism of this kind, as long as it does not harm me or the general interest. So even if Taycan and Porsche are finally here (after 15 years..) and are ready to fight for the drag strip trophy or whatever, I choose to pass due to matters of principle.. And with regards to Chris Hariss's and Clarckson's etc Iwould remind them that journalism is mainly based around your audience-viewers-readers interests, sensing their needs and making sure that these are served first and not some powerful aumotomotive interests no matter what incentives they offer…

  • ABDUL SIKDAR
    May 10, 2020

    I love your video's my friend.

  • Gustav Focar
    May 10, 2020

    this is raket,,spacemashine

  • Chris py
    May 21, 2020

    Those tyres would be knackered in 5 mins

  • Gaming boy
    June 5, 2020

    My parents have a taycan

  • دراكس
    June 7, 2020

    يارب رزقك 😪

  • Ernesto Costa
    August 31, 2020

    yep, another sad fact about stock electric cars. they have to cool down after a fast launch.

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