New Porsche Taycan has recently unveiled the all-electric Taycan, a car that has been eagerly anticipated by Porsche customers since it was announced in 2017. The car was revealed at a press conference at the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta, GA, and is now set to be delivered to select Tesla owners who have pre-ordered the vehicle, pending regulatory approval.

How to maintain New Porsche Taycan Electric Vehicle

1) Not leaking electric power and charging battery

The Taycan is a lithium-ion battery-powered vehicle, so you must avoid getting your electric car dirty. This means you can’t park your electric car in places that have a lot of grime or dust, as these will damage your Taycan’s paint or interior.

2) Keep your Taycan cool

It’s important to use common sense when it comes to normal weather conditions, but your electric car can also have some issues in the cold. In extremely cold temperatures, you may experience issues with heat or cabin temperature control. This is because electric cars don’t use a gasoline-powered engine for a heater, so you’ll need to keep your Taycan warm during extreme cold weather conditions.

3) Keep moving and avoid sitting still for long periods

Since electric vehicles don’t come with carburetors or fuel tanks that require filling up, there are no concerns about sitting still for too long because of running out of gas. But you should still keep your electric car moving when you can, as this will help to prevent rust and grime that might damage your Taycan.

4) Don’t use the high beam headlights when going at a high speed

Using the high beams while driving fast can place strain on your electric car’s battery, so you must use low beams or turn off your headlights entirely when you’re driving faster than 60 miles per hour. Electric cars are designed for slower city driving and long highway commutes, so try to drive within the limits of those types of roads to avoid stressing out your vehicle.

It’s important to take care of your electric car by avoiding excessive grime, high speeds, and extremely cold temperatures. These are things that you should do with any type of car, but the Taycan is especially sensitive to these factors. Now that you have a better idea of how to maintain your Porsche Taycan, it’s time to get behind the wheel and see what this all-electric vehicle can do