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Porsche Will Pay You $4,500 To Switch From A Tesla To A Taycan 

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Conquest Lease Program is open to drivers of any non-Porsche car, but seems targeted at Tesla owners

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 Porsche Will Pay You $4,500 To Switch From A Tesla To A Taycan 

by Chris Chilton

June 9, 2024 at 09:01

 Porsche Will Pay You $4,500 To Switch From A Tesla To A Taycan 

  • Porsche is offering to pay up to $4,500 of Taycan lease payments to drivers who switch from another make of car.
  • The deal covers between one and two months of lease expenses depending how long the drivers have left on their current deal.
  • The Conquest Lease Program is open to drivers of any non-Porsche car, but Tesla owners sure to be the target audience.

Porsche has facelifted its Taycan EV for 2025, introducing a raft of style and tech upgrades designed to make it look more appealing compared with rivals like the ageing Tesla Model S. But to further tempt customers, Porsche is offering them up to $4,500 to switch out of a Tesla and into a new Taycan.

Technically those driving any non-Porsche car qualify for the Welcome To Porsche Conquest Lease Program, but in the Taycan’s case it seems fairly obviously targeted at those currently leasing a Tesla Model S.

Related: 1,092-HP Porsche Taycan Turbo GT Is A Tesla Slaying Track Monster

The deal covers lease deals on both MY24 and MY25 Taycans, Cars Direct reports, and will pay cover up to $4,500 worth of lease payments, through the actual amount depends on how many days left you have on your contract. If there’s 31 to 60 days still remaining you can get up to $1,500; 61 to 90 days, up to $3,000, and 91 to 180 days, the full $4,500.

Porsche hasn’t messed much with the Taycan since introducing it in 2019, but this year the range gets a comprehensive update that brings shorter acceleration and charging times, and a bigger (105 versus 93 kWh) battery that can last longer between top-ups.

The Turbo S now makes 939 hp (700 kW/952 PS) when utilizing launch control, which has dropped its official zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) time by 0.3 seconds to 2.3 seconds, but the new base model gets an even bigger performance boost as its 4.5-second 60 mph time is improved by 0.6 seconds.

Fastest of all is the 1,092 hp (815 kW / 1,108 PS) Taycan Turbo GT, which can be ordered with an optional weight-saving Weissach package that replaces the back seats with a carbon fiber panel.

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