Porsche is preparing many new models for 2021October 28, 2020
A forum member Taycan EV managed to leaked documents on national road transport and safety, which indicate that new Porsche models are coming soon. The list is pretty detailed, including the 718, 911 and the electric Taycan.
Like all German luxury car manufacturers, Porsche has become an expert at offering multiple variants of the same model. The best example: a Porsche 911 or Macan, which offer a variety of trim options. This “something for everyone” strategy works brilliantly, so it should come as no surprise that the upcoming 2021 model year will be stressful for Stuttgart.
While the exact dates of the premiere have not been announced, the documents clearly state that the following new products should appear in 2021: Porsche 911 GT3, GT3 Touring, Porsche 718 Boxster, 25 Year Edition, as well as Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo, 4S, Turbo and Turbo S …
Earlier this month, the remainder of the revamped Porsche Panamera lineup was unveiled, including the high-performance Turbo S E-Hybrid with 689bhp. Meanwhile, the Porsche Macan and Cayenne SUVs will remain unchanged for the new model year. Aside from the new 911 GT3 and GT3 Touring, perhaps the most interesting will be the new Taycan Cross Turismo range. In general, they will be mechanically identical to their fellow sedans: only the body and appearance will change.
Recently, an almost production-ready prototype of the Taycan Cross Turismo with a slightly raised body was spotted on public roads. The top-end Cross Turismo Turbo S variant is expected to cost around $ 200,000. However, the all-electric 750 hp station wagon. and 1050 Nm will be worth every cent.
As for the 992 generation 911 GT3 and the GT3 Touring, both cars are expected to be powered by a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter flat-six with at least 500 hp. Touring is a manual transmission version. No pricing information yet, but the MSRP of the outgoing model at $ 145,000 is a pretty good indication.
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