The interior of the Porsche Taycan electric sedan is shown – each centimeter has its own screenAugust 23, 2019
The press service of the German brand published a couple of photos that show the interior of the new Porsche Taycan electric sedan.
Do you like displays in car interiors? No one will argue with the fact that it looks very, very stylish, and it’s more convenient to press keys (although to whom it is).
The first all-electric Taycan sedan in the history of the German Porsche brand is just that car, which has a very technological interior – it has a whole lot of different screens. After a teaser for the novelty, which was published on August 20, the Porsche press service released six images of the interior of its new electric car in anticipation of its debut in early September. The car received a high-tech digital interior, which is a modern interpretation of the classic design of the German brand.
This does not mean that Taycan abandons the traditional solutions for Porsche. The interior retains a two-element layout with a horizontally focused “upper wing” with a vertical edge and a narrow “lower wing”, where the transmission tunnel usually runs in the case of models using an internal combustion engine.
The most noticeable part of the interior of the new Taycan is the huge 16.8-inch curved digital dashboard display.
Well what can I say, this has never happened before, and it looks pretty darn cool. Around the display are capacitive touch buttons that control the headlights, stability control, suspension stiffness and, judging by the received image, the vehicle’s ride height.
The huge screen should also be quite functional, providing drivers with four separate preset modes that they can easily switch through the key on the steering wheel. The layout of the dashboard is standard for modern Porsche models, as it imitates five dials.
The official presentation of the Porsche Taycan will be held on September 4 this year.
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