Speaking of EVs, the architecture of the Taycan isn't the only all-new platform of the sort that's currently in development. For one thing, since the Taycan underpinnings limit floor height, Porsche is currently working on another platform (co-developed with Audi), which can serve SUVs.
So far, Porsche has only discussed a single configuration for the Taycan. This involves 600 hp and should be able to play the 0 to 62 mph game in under 3.5 seconds. Of course, we're talking about a motor for each axle, with electric torque vectoring and other tech goodies.
More importantly, the 800V architecture of the car will allow the floor-mounted battery pack to be brought to an 80 percent level of charge in a coffee-grabbing 15 minutes.
The automaker mentioned a starting price that would match that of the entry-level Panamera, so you can expect this to sit at about $85,000. Nevertheless, given Porsche's business model, which involves uber-rich vehicle lines, we could expect to see multiple versions of the 2020 Taycan.
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