2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo: range topper won’t actually have a turbo

The Porsche Taycan, the company’s first all electric model, will go on sale next year, and its range will be topped by a Turbo model because why not?


Turbo models still atop the regular line of most of Porsche’s models, even though all Porsche cars (except a few) now have turbos, so why shouldn’t that be the case for the electric Taycan too?

Porsche confirmed to Alex Roy of The Drive the launch range for the Taycan. The entry level Taycan will sell in the low US$90,000 range.

The next step up is the Taycan 4S, which will be priced from the high US$90,000 range, and the lineup will be topped by the Taycan Turbo, which will go for around US$130,000.

Source: The Drive




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2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo: range topper won’t actually have a turbo