You may want to hand in that degree then. Because Porsche doesn’t think it’s coating is going to last past a set of pads. They’ll last marginally longer than the base brakes, but not as long as the PCCBs.
They are actually larger inside than both of those.
Oh good. Because they need something else that doesn’t sell lol
the SUVs tend to see daily driver duty more often and go through brakes faster. Not that this really extends the life much, but it helps it look much more presentable than the normal high dust brakes they use.
Ceramics ruin the Macans because the front brake bias is so bad they end up nose diving. The single piston rear Q5 caliper (despite its new yellow paint) can’t keep up.
No it’s not. It’s a facelift the way the 2015 Cayenne was to the 11-14. Or the 991 to 991.2.
Yeah this is all the typical “bawwwww GM didn’t want a better sports car” argument that holds zero water. Fiero sales kept drying up because they had a reputation for being complex to work on and catching fire. Not to mention they didn’t finally make it a corvette “beating” car until 87/88 when they updated the…
It only happens on higher trim levels or special editions. Your average Cayenne “fastback” buyer won’t be getting those houndstooth seats. Same with your base Cayman or 911 buyer.
Not really a first world problem other than a majority of GT2s are likely being bought as an investment where the “rarer” the car is there is a perceived value increase as well. Which if every car had the weissach package it doesn’t really help the value.