Each model is available in 3 shapes – Taycan, Cross Turismo, or Sport Turismo

The all-new Porsche Taycan was released in 2019, charging Porsche into the electric era or high performance cars. Immediately, the Taycan proved it’s ability within the electric field, comparable for the first times with brands like Tesla who up until this point dominated the luxury EV market. Porsche’s new Taycan immediately took place within the top 10 best selling luxury EV’s, alongside Tesla’s, Audi’s, Mercedes’ and many more.

The Taycan’s design embodies the unmistakable Porsche DNA with its sleek and sporty lines. It features a low-slung, aerodynamic profile, a wide front grille, and signature LED lighting elements. The seamless integration of modern design cues with Porsche’s heritage results in a visually striking electric sports car.

One of the standout features of the Taycan is its impressive performance capabilities. It is available in multiple variants, including the Taycan 4S, Taycan Turbo, and Taycan Turbo S. These models offer varying levels of power and acceleration, with the range-topping Turbo S achieving astonishing 0 to 60 mph times in under 3 seconds. The car’s dual-motor all-wheel-drive system ensures excellent traction and handling, even in adverse conditions.

The Taycan’s electric powertrain is built around Porsche’s 800-volt architecture, which allows for faster charging and more consistent high-performance output. The car is equipped with a range of battery options, with larger capacities offering greater driving range. The battery technology supports ultra-fast charging, enabling significant range top-ups in a matter of minutes at compatible charging stations.

Inside, the Taycan showcases Porsche’s commitment to luxury and innovation. The cabin is adorned with premium materials, including high-quality leather and refined trim. Advanced technology is a hallmark of the Taycan, with a fully digital instrument cluster and a central infotainment touchscreen dominating the centre console. The infotainment system supports various connectivity features and can display essential EV-specific information like battery status and charging stations.

Porsche has maintained its reputation for delivering an engaging driving experience in the Taycan. The electric sports car offers precise steering, responsive handling, and the dynamic driving modes that enthusiasts have come to expect from Porsche. The low centre of gravity provided by the underfloor battery contributes to its exceptional handling characteristics.

How to Spot

  • Porsche’s distinctive design
  • 4-door
  • All-electric
  • Large LED rear light covering across the swooping rear design


Battery capacity: 79.2kW

Maximum Power: 326PS or 240kW

Maximum Torque: 345Nm

Brakes: Front 360mm and Rear 358mm

Wheels & Tyres: Front: 8.0 J × 19 ET 50 with tyres 225/55 R19 103Y XL. Rear: 10.0 J × 19 ET 47 with tyres 275/45 R19 108Y XL.

Length: 4,963mm

Width: 1966mm

Weight: 2050kg


Did you know?

The Taycan looks almost identical to it’s concept counterpart, the Mission E.