There is a another discussion on the Taycan and few others, where the some posters on this forum are predicting the imminent demise of Tesla. My position has been, that competition sounds fine and dandy, but no one has still shown an ability to take Tesla head on. Yes, on the fringes, some Tesla customers may go elsewhere, but there is no mass exodus at this time. This article summarizes the situation quite well https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...s-fail-to-dent-tesla-s-electric-car-dominance It’s a trope that’s been around roughly as long as Elon Musk has been in the car business: When a new electric vehicle is unveiled, it’s dubbed a potential “Tesla killer.” But from the flaming-out of Fisker to present day, Tesla has largely dominated the American electric-vehicle market. Musk has even managed to expand the company’s preeminence over the still small segment despite two new battery-powered luxury SUVs arriving in U.S. showrooms the last 10 months: Jaguar’s I-Pace and Audi’s e-tron. Their starts are the latest indications that legacy automakers aren’t assured instant success when they roll out new plug-in models. Tesla’s Model S and X have largely held its own against the two crossovers that offer shorter range and less plentiful public charging infrastructure. Jaguar and Audi also lack the cool factor Musk has cultivated for the Tesla brand by taking an aggressive approach to autonomy and using over-the-air software updates to add games and entertainment features.