Thanks to an innovative all-electric concept, the Taycan is ready for the future. It also stays true to the features that have always characterised Porsche: pure emotion and maximum driving pleasure.
The key to unrivalled performance is an all-new 800-volt architecture and drivetrain designed from scratch, with absolutely no compromises. The Taycan Turbo S featuring Launch Control has 761PS (about 750BHP) and 1050NM of torque and can sprint from 0 to 62 in a thrilling 2.8 seconds.
The all-electric Taycan was tested by the Top Gear team this month and Stefan Weckbach preached that the steering is spot on, that body roll around corners is non-existent, and, finally, described the car as ‘magical’.
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**Important information about the all-electric Porsche models can be found here.