New Porsche Taycan electric sedan details revealedAugust 28, 2019
Thanks to foreign media, we can now share with you some rather interesting details about the first electric car of the German brand. The official presentation of the sedan is scheduled for September 04.
The first electric car in the history of the German brand – the Porsche Taycan sedan – will be presented exactly in a week. This new model year 2020 is considered one of the most anticipated this year. On September 4, we will fully learn all the technical characteristics of the German sedan, but today we can share with you interesting information that foreign publications informed us with reference to Porsche representatives.
According to the reports of the foreign publication Autocar, the Porsche Taycan will be offered in two versions and all of them will offer power significantly exceeding 600 horsepower.
The more “charged” of them will receive, among other things, ceramic brakes, as well as a more sporty suspension setup and the ability to control all wheels. In addition, this version of the electric car will receive 21-inch alloy wheels on which sticky tires are “dressed”.
Both versions of the electric sedan will use a battery with a capacity of more than 90 kW * h. A more powerful performance of the novelty will receive a total power of two electric motors of 700+ hp. (1017 Nm). A huge amount of energy will allow the electric sedan to accelerate to a speed of 100 km / h in less than three seconds, maybe even in 2.5 seconds. And this despite the fact that the Taycan weighs about 2,250 kg.
The flagship version of the Taycan will offer “sharp” and “explosive” acceleration thanks to instant torque. One feature that some buyers of the electric sedan might not like is the sound amplifier of the electric motor – the sound will “go” through the speakers in the cabin.
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