COVID-19 has changed the way Dr. Anthony Wehbe works. He depends on his car to make house calls to older patients who are fearful of visiting the hospital. He wasn't sure an electric vehicle would be compatible with driving about 200 miles per day.
"I told the guys at Porsche, if I get stuck on the highway without any juice, you're coming to pick me up. And they gave me a promise: 'We'll come wherever you are,' " he said of Porsche of the Main Line, the Newton Square, Pa., dealership that delivered Wehbe's Taycan in January.
Even though the Tesla Model S that he tested could go further on a charge, Wehbe wasn't swayed.