Articles about Porsche Taycan

And is priced considerably lower than the ‘Turbo’ variants
This is the future of performance cars
This is Porsche's first all-electric car, previewed by the Mission E concept way back in 2015. A car we're expecting to re-write the rule book on what an EV is capable of. A torch-bearer for the future
Because the EV’s 700 horses isn’t enough
Having supercharged and boosted everything from pickup trucks to Corvettes (to cupholders, no doubt), Hennessey Performance is now planning on entering the shiny new world of electric cars.Yes, folks, the Texan tuner is going to modify its first-ever fast EV-
“The 718 just fits EV, doesn’t it?”
No way! Way. Over dinner on the Porsche Taycan launch event, Lutz Meschke, deputy chairman of the board, dropped the mother of all hints that the next generation Cayman and Boxster will become pure-electric sports cars."The 718 just fits EV,
E-power goes mainstream
Electric cars aren't the next big thing anymore-they are the big thing as we speak. We're well on our way to moving past the point of concepts and ideas, and entering the realm of mass-market viability. We don'
It seems Elon Musk has set his sights on a ’Ring record
Hello and welcome to today's edition of 'What bonkers ideas has Tesla boss Elon Musk tweeted now?" His new wizard-wheeze is simple: "Model S on the Nürburgring next week." See?This is curious. Tesla is, let's face it,
The electric revolution continues
Porsche, one of the world's most renowned performance car manufacturers, has entered the electric era.The company's first entry into electric cars, the Taycan, has been unveiled, and boy, is it an impressive machine. Its clean design is a thing
Two variants available at launch, the more powerful of which is capable of 761hp
Slung low, wide of hip, its body melting over huge tires and lazily slipping through the air. The Taycan clearly has Porsche written all over it. But it's spiced up by constituents shot from somewhere in the next decade: the floating
Watch out, Tesla—Porsche’s coming after you
Aha! Wrong! This time, we've actually driven the first all-electric Porsche on public roads. Full disclosure-it was around 30 minutes behind the wheel, on some semi-decent but not particularly fast roads near Porsche's Weissach test track. Followed
Your move, Tesla
In case you haven't noticed from the incessant, seemingly daily drip-feed of information, Porsche is set to release its first all-electric car very soon-the Taycan.But now it's laid down a real benchmark, having sent the big
A tech tour de force
It's screen time. Here's the dashboard of the Porsche Taycan. Yes, the endless tease of Stuttgart electro-sedan fact-ery continues. We'll see the actual entire car next week, by the way.Top Gear has seen, stroked, caressed, and
Porsche is serious about electric power
Remember the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo concept-the jacked-up, 600hp electric wagon? Well, there's good news: It's been confirmed to arrive in showrooms toward the end of 2020.Porsche CEO Oliver Blume has also confirmed that it will
Confirmed: The new 600hp Taycan EV will have a wagon-bodied crossover cousin
As the electric-car revolution gathers pace, it's started splintering off into niches already. Say you wanted an EV, but you've been waiting for a semi-sporty one with a raised ride height and a wagon body. What to do?
The results should be interesting
Porsche has bought a minority stake in Rimac Automobili. You know, the 400-strong Croatian company behind the Concept One and C_Two EV-hypercars. The company that supplies Koenigsegg, Jaguar, and Renault. And the company that will develop the battery system for
Taking on the best of Tesla
Big news. Up until now you've known Porsche's all-electric performance car-due next year-as the Mission E. That was a good name; futuristic, optimistic and powerful. But Porsche has now put that name in the trash: the impending
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