Named the premiere date of the first Porsche electric carAugust 21, 2019
The first Porsche production electric car called Taycan will be presented on September 4, 2019. The car will simultaneously be shown at three events in China, Germany and Canada. The online premiere of the news will be on the official website of the company. Car sales should begin before the end of this year.
Initially, Taycan will be available in three versions. According to unofficial data, the basic version of the new product will receive a battery with a capacity of 80 kWh and an electric motor with a return of 325 or 380 horsepower. Prices for such a modification will start at $ 90,000. The more expensive Taycan modification will be equipped with a 96 kilowatt-hour battery and two electric motors. The total power of the car will be 435 or 490 horsepower.
The top-end Taycan Turbo is also equipped with two electric motors (one on the front and rear axles), similar to those used on the Porsche 919 Hybrid hybrid sport prototype. Units, the total return of which will be more than 600 liters. with., will work together with an onboard 800-volt system. Acceleration to hundreds of electric cars takes 3.2 seconds. Without recharging, the car will be able to travel more than 500 kilometers. The mass of the Taycan Turbo will be 2095 kilograms. Using a special quick-charge system, 15 minutes is enough for the Taycan to travel up to 400 kilometers.
Outwardly, the commercial electric car will practically not differ from the Mission E concept, presented in 2016 at the motor show in Paris. At the same time, the production car will receive standard rear doors instead of the rear ones, and it will also get a slightly modified aerodynamic body kit. As for the interior, the interior of the Porsche Taycan will have at least four large displays, including a fully digital dashboard, as well as a touch screen on the center console.
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