Porsche Taycan showed in Goodwood with a minimum of camouflageJuly 8, 2019
The Goodwood Speed Festival took the electric Porsche, which was driven by Australian professional racer Mark Webber, who in 2015 became the FIA WEC champion in the LMP1 category. He has now officially completed his racing career.
Webber took part in the ascent of Goodwood Hill. In this case, the Porsche Taycan was covered with a minimum amount of camouflage. The prototype is similar to the car, which was previously noticed on testing in Shanghai. The only difference is that the color of the roof has changed. Daytime running lights are hidden behind the stickers. The rear lights were also hidden. Fake ventilation holes and exhaust pipes are installed, which the electric car does not need at all.
The Taycan is built on the same platform as the Audi e-tron GT. Both models use an 800-volt electrical system that provides fast charging, which, according to Porsche, will allow Taycan to get enough energy in 15 minutes to travel 400 km. A 96 kW / h battery provides a range of more than 480 km. The power of the electrical system will exceed 600 hp. Acceleration to 100 km / h will take less than 3.5 seconds.
The premiere of the Porsche Taycan may take place in September. The Taycan Cross Turismo version is likely to be presented closer to the next year.
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