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

The Taycan Turbo is part of the Taycan lineup, and despite the “Turbo” name, it’s important to note that it doesn’t have a traditional turbocharged engine since it’s fully electric.

This sleek and high-performance car boasts impressive specs. It’s powered by two electric motors, one on each axle, delivering all-wheel drive and remarkable acceleration. The Taycan Turbo can go from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.2 seconds, thanks to its impressive electric powertrain. Considering this is a 4-door family sized vehicle and not a 911, that is a highly impressive stat.

With a lot of electric cars, the acceleration is great but the top speed is where they lack, but thanks to the Taycan’s two electric motors, it gets a second surge a 62mph that boosts the car to a top speed of 161mph.

How to Spot

  • Turbo decals on the rear
  • Larger alloy wheels
  • Gloss and body coloured trim on side skirt
  • Full body coloured front bumper


Battery capacity: 93.4kW

Maximum Power: 680PS or 500kW

Maximum Torque: 850Nm

Brakes: Front 415mm and Rear 365mm

Wheels & Tyres: Front: 9.0 J × 20 ET 54 with tyres 245/45 R20 103Y XL. Rear: 11.0 J × 20 ET 60 with tyres 285/40 R20 108Y XL.

Length: 4,963mm

Width: 1,966mm

Weight: 2,305kg

Did you know?

The Taycan Turbo was used to set a Guinness World Record for the “Longest Vehicle Drift in an Electric Car”? In 2019, Porsche arranged for a professional driver to drift a Taycan Turbo for 42.17 kilometers (26.2 miles) at the Hockenheimring circuit in Germany. It’s a testament to the car’s electric power and handling capabilities, and it added an exciting achievement to the Taycan’s legacy. Drifting an electric car for such a long distance is not only entertaining but also showcases the Taycan’s performance credentials in a unique way.