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    I now have it in for diagnosis at a reputable Porsche shop.
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    Try and avoid the vehicle hunting between gears on an uphill climb, use the override to select a lower gear. A sharp depress of the gas pedal will change down and you can keep in that lower gear by maintaining the engine revs. It never selects first at a halt, always 2nd. To take off in first you have to select first. It will go well into the 70's if held in 2nd on a full throttle. At about 50 in 5th it's difficult to select 2nd with throttle alone it's best to use tip to get 2nd then floor it. The car will change up 3rd on auto. To get the full howling 0-100 stop the car. Change to 1st. get the car rolling slightly and floor it. You won't get wheel-spin and It gets to 100 very quickly. This is best done with the windows open. On a roundabout if applying too much throttle as a soon as the car senses out of rhythym speed between the back wheels it changes up.
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