Porsche electric range will consist of the Taycan, under the dedicated J1 platform. The model is currently available in three versions (4S, Turbo, and Turbo S) and with two different batteries (the 79.2 kWh Performance Battery, available exclusively on the Taycan 4S, as well as the 93.4 kWh Performance Battery Plus, present in Taycan 4S, Taycan Turbo, and Taycan Turbo S). Later a variant of access with rear-wheel drive will be added, which will have a starting price of fewer than 100,000 euros.
However, this will not be the only novelty that will soon come to the Taycan range. In essence, at the recent general meeting of shareholders of Porsche, the launch of a crossover version of the model has been officially confirmed. Also which, after many rumors, will finally receive the name Taycan Cross Tourism. The main differences concerning the Taycan will be the use of a natural body with a gate, a raised suspension, bars on the roof, and a series of plastic protections on the fins.
A second rumor points to the appearance of a third variant, the Taycan Sport Turismo, which would maintain the family body of the Taycan Cross Turismo but would dispense with the crossover elements such as the high suspension, the bars on the roof, and the plastic protection of the bodywork. Taycan Sport Turismo will arrive on the market somewhat later than the already confirmed Taycan Cross Turismo. Some rumors also suggest that Porsche is also working on a Targa (convertible) body for the Taycan.