Porsche Taycan drift on test track in LaplandApril 3, 2020
Porsche has released a video about the Ice Experience winter driving program, part of which will be part of this year’s Taycan electric sedan ride. In the first episode of Playing with the Elements of the IceStories series, snowboarder Ansie Pesonen and factory test pilot Richard Litz test the capabilities of Taikan in the extreme climate of Lapland.
The winter Porsche Driving Area, which hosts the Ice Experience program, is located in Levi, one of Finland’s largest ski resorts. Here, customers of a German company are taught the basics of driving in conditions as close to extreme as possible: these are controlled glides, slalom, and the most effective methods of braking.
Since 2020, the Taycan electric sedan has become one of the test cars, with which Porsche will try to show that battery-powered cars can also be gambling in control even in harsh climatic conditions.
To date, the Porsche Taycan is offered in three versions: 4S, Turbo and Turbo S. The initial sedan is two electric motors with a total output of 530 horsepower. The Taycan Turbo version has an asset of 680, and the Turbo S has 761 power.
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