This model is available in 2 shapes – Taycan or Sport Turismo

The Porsche Taycan GTS is an exceptional high-performance electric car that seamlessly blends the renowned Porsche sporting heritage with cutting-edge electric vehicle technology. It belongs to the Taycan family and bears the “GTS” moniker, which stands for “Gran Turismo Sport.” This model is a testament to Porsche’s commitment to delivering a thrilling and electrifying driving experience.

Under the hood, the Taycan GTS features a powerful setup with two electric motors—one on each axle, providing all-wheel drive. These motors collectively produce 598PS, though it’s worth noting that specific model variations may offer even higher power outputs. As a result, the Taycan GTS can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.7 seconds, showcasing Porsche’s dedication to uncompromised performance.

Despite its performance prowess, the Taycan GTS doesn’t skimp on range. Its electric powertrain, combined with various factors such as battery size and driving conditions, typically grants a range of around 230 to 270 miles on a single charge. This balance between performance and practicality is a hallmark of Porsche’s engineering expertise.

How to Spot

  • Taycan GTS decal on rear
  • Gloss black painted skirts and bumper
  • Often with black wheels


Battery capacity: 93.4kW

Maximum Power: 598PS or 440kW

Maximum Torque: 850Nm

Brakes: Front 360mm and Rear 358mm

Wheels & Tyres: Front: 9.0 J × 20 ET 54 with tyres 245/45 ZR20 101Y XL. Rear: 11.0 J × 20 ET 60 with tyres 285/40 ZR20 105Y XL.

Length: 4,963mm

Width: 1966mm

Weight: 2295kg

Did you know?

The Taycan GTS features a distinctive and unique sound design for its electric motor. Porsche has engineered what they call “Electric Sport Sound” specifically for the GTS model. This sound enhances the driving experience by producing a dynamic and sporty auditory feedback that complements the car’s performance. It’s a way to capture the essence of Porsche’s sports car heritage while embracing the quiet power of electric propulsion.