Almost uncamouflaged Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo prototype spottedAugust 20, 2020
Photos of the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo electric station wagon appeared on the Internet, which practically did not receive camouflage. A prototype of the novelty was spotted at the Nürburgring race track.
It has long been known that Porsche’s Taycan Cross Turismo will be unveiled by the end of this year. The approximate timing of the debut of the production version of the previously unveiled Mission E Cross electric concept is mentioned in the company’s 2019 annual report.
Although the exact date of the presentation is still unknown, prototypes of the Taycan Cross Turismo have already come across several tests in order to give us a preliminary idea of what lies ahead.
A couple of minutes ago, our editors received “spy” photos of the Cross Turismo test sample, which was being tested at the Nürburgring race track. It was noted by photographers that the all-electric Porsche station wagon is going through some handling tests, although this is not visible in the photographs.
At the moment, we can take a closer look at the design of the Taycan Cross Turismo – the noticed prototype of the novelty received practically no camouflage. The front end of the novelty is the same as that of the Taycan sedan, only there are some changes in the relief of the hood details. The wagon also has the same LED configuration.
The Taycan Cross Turismo is expected to have the same powertrain as its sedan sibling, which means power outputs ranging from 530 to 761 hp. Buyers of the electric station wagon will have the same versions available as the Taycan sedan.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Porsche Taycan received a widebody kit from Prior Design. The famous tuning studio has decided to work on the appearance of the Porsche Taycan electric sedan. I must say that the created wide-body aerodynamic body kit adds even more aggressiveness to the German sports car.
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