Shortly after Porsche was reported to be recalling the Taycan due to the loss of power caused by the 12V auxiliary battery, the factory earlierOfficially announced the decision. It is reported that the recall will involve approximately 43,000 Taycan and Taycan Cross Turismo electric vehicles worldwide, and the problem cannot be solved by OTA. The car owner needs to go to the service point to update the software for about one hour.
According to Porsche, before the update is ready, car owners can still continue to drive their Taycan (but it is estimated that many people should avoid this, right?), and the newly produced vehicles no longer have this problem.