Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo electric station wagon photos appearDecember 11, 2019
The noticed prototype of the German novelty is either covered with a “cunning” camouflage film or has not received it at all. Porsche has already confirmed that the electric station wagon will be introduced next year as a 2021 model. That is, the official presentation is likely to take place in the second half of 2020.
If you think that the car shown in these pictures is a Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo station wagon, then you are mistaken. Square headlights should be an obvious sign that this is a fully electric Taycan station wagon – this design model will be designated Cross Turismo. It is worth noting that in this batch of spy images there are several very interesting shots.
When viewing those new photos on which the car is standing sideways towards us, we can see that the heavy camouflage coatings that used to prevent us from examining the exterior of the station wagon simply disappeared.
Thus, now we have the best opportunity to take a look at the electric Porsche Taycan station wagon. A slight slope in the roofline is pretty much identical to what we see on the Panamera Sport Turismo, right down to the roof spoiler. The side window, however, will get a slight bend at the rear, which, in fact, is the exact opposite of what we see on the same Panamera station wagon. Here’s just the way you can distinguish these two wagons from each other.
If you look closely at the published photographs, we will see that the “chrome” border around the windows is actually just bigger than the camouflage tape that it is covered with. The back of the prototype is still well protected with black “covers.”
As for the rest of the car, there is no reason to believe that the Porsche somehow decided to get away from the design of the electric Taycan sedan. The big mystery at the moment is how many kilometers the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo can travel on fully charged batteries, because the additional mass and other aerodynamic drag will in every way reduce this figure.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Porsche Exclusive introduced a unique body kit for the electric Taycan Turbo. The all-electric Porsche Taycan sports sedan began to attract the attention of tuners. The Porsche Exclusive court atelier has already introduced its own body kit for the Turbo version.
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