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PORSCHE Taycan Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 2019
Engines: Electric
 

2021 - Present

Porsche refreshed in 2021 its first full-electric vehicle, the Taycan, and added more range and better features to the four-door sedan. When the German sports cars maker announced the Taycan, its fans were in shock. But Porsche faced the cruel reality of climate change and the fines for CO2 emissions and had to do something. It didn’t start with the iconic 911 lineup but introduced a complete...

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electric:

  PORSCHE Taycan 79.2 KWh (402 HP)

  PORSCHE Taycan Performance Battery Plus 93.4 KWh (469 HP)

2019 - Present

The first production all-electric model with a Porsche badge, the Taycan is part of a 6-billion euro initial investment in electro-mobility from the German sports car maker. All Porsche Taycan versions are all-wheel-drive and feature two electric motors, one for each axle, which are powered by a large Lithium-ion battery. The Taycan Turbo and Turbo S are by far the most powerful models from the ...

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electric:

  PORSCHE Taycan Turbo 460 KW (625 HP)

  PORSCHE Taycan Turbo S 460 KW (625 HP)

2019 - Present

Unveiled a few months after its more powerful brothers, the Porsche Taycan 4S is the original entry level model in the world of electric Porsches. Overall the car is almost identical to the Taycan Turbo and the Turbo S, but there are plenty of differences between the three models underneath for Porsche to choose to call and price them individually. Just like its more powerful brethren, the model...

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electric:

  PORSCHE Taycan 4S (J1) 390 KW (530 HP)

  PORSCHE Taycan 4S (J1) 420 KW (571 HP)