Named the technical characteristics of the first electric PorscheJuly 18, 2019
The first serial Porsche electric car, called the Taycan, will be available in three versions initially. Reports the edition about it Car. According to him, the basic version of the novelty 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 from 90 000 dollars.
More expensive modification Taycan equip the battery at 96 kilowatt-hours and two electric motors. The total power of the car will be 435 or 490 horsepower.
The top-end Taycan Turbo will also be equipped with two electric motors (one each on the front and rear axle), similar to those used on the hybrid sport prototype Porsche 919 Hybrid. The units, the total return of which will be more than 600 liters. with., will work together with an onboard 800-volt system. Acceleration to a hundred in an electric car will take 3.2 seconds. Without recharging the car will be able to drive more than 500 kilometers. Mass Taycan Turbo will be 2095 kilograms. When using a special fast recharging system, 15 minutes will be enough for Taycan to travel up to 400 kilometers.
The premiere of the car will be held in September at the Frankfurt Motor Show, and its release will start in late 2019. Later, the car will teach two more modifications – super-powerful Turbo S and GTS.
Outwardly, the electric car will practically not differ from the concept of Mission E, presented in 2016 at the motor show in Paris. In this case, the serial car will receive standard rear doors instead of rear ones, and will also acquire a slightly modified aerodynamic body kit.
As for the interior, the Porsche Taycan will have at least four large displays in the cabin, including a fully digital dashboard and a touch screen on the center console.
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