Remember when Tesla landed with its outrageously overscaled central touchscreen? It was as big a statement as the firm could make that it was approaching this car-making business from the angle of a tech company rather than a legacy automotive dinosaur.
If you could overcome any scepticism over the risks of distraction that having such a large screen represented, it was addictively good to use, too. No more squinting at a screen, or prodding at buttons – this was tech in an XXL size.
Fast forward to the Taycan and you’ll note that there are three digital screens as standard, with the option of adding a fourth – yes, fourth – in front of the passenger should you feel they want their own slice of the fun.