The sports car maker has announced significant improvements to the refreshed Taycan sports sedan, Taycan Cross Turismo, and Taycan Sport Turismo. A closer look at the specifications and features of the new vehicles supports Porsche’s claims. Kevin Giek, head of the Taycan line, expressed his thoughts on the new vehicle, highlighting its role as a game changer in the electric vehicle segment and the continued success story of the Taycan. The updated models boast new front and rear-end styling, improved acceleration, and the introduction of a “Push-to-Pass” function in the Sport Chrono package.
Additionally, the new Taycan can charge at up to 320 kW at 800-volt DC charging stations, which allows for shorter charging stops during long road trips. Other enhancements include a new active chassis, standard adaptive air suspension, an upgraded powertrain, and improved instrument cluster and display features. The prices for the new Taycan have been released by Porsche, not including additional fees and potential dealer markups.