The Taycan is a totally new and innovative platform from Porsche, and as expected, pure emotion and maximum driving pleasure hold true as they do for any Porsche.

At three events taking place simultaneously in Canada, China, and Germany, Porsche unveiled a 250-mile range all-electric sedan that goes 0-60 in 2.6 seconds. Larger than 911, but smaller than a Panamera, the Taycan starts at $150,900 for the Turbo and tops out at $180,000 for a Turbo S version that generates up to 750 horsepower. Look for the Taycan to arrive in showrooms this December.
2020 Porsche All-Electric Taycan Unveiled: Price & Specs

Friends, the age of electricity is upon us. Rather, the second age of electricity is here – such power was surprisingly common in the early days of motoring, but that was back when cars topped out at 20 mph and rarely went across town, never mind across the country. With the launch of the 2020 Porsche Taycan, another legacy automaker has claimed a spot in the EV world and this one is decidedly faster than 20 mph. In fact, the Taycan will hit 60 in as little as 2.6 seconds, 161 mph flat-out, and if you’re gentle on the skinny pedal, it will carry you around 250 miles between charges.

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