The modelRead full review
Combining the Porsche Taycan Coupe’s driving qualities with the added practicality of the Cross Turismo, the Sport Turismo should be a well-rounded package. The slightly bigger boot, roomier rear seats and greater visibility have barely compromised the performance, and we suspect the 4S will give the best balance of price and pace when it arrives. If your budget allows for the GTS, you’ll have a very comprehensive electric performance car.
The trimSee full equipment
Super expensive, but over the Turbo adds 20in alloy wheels, an 'engine' sound generator, Sports Chrono Package, four-wheel steering, ceramic brakes and a leather-free interior.
The engineSee full engine specs
This is the top-spec but pricey Turbo S model. Normally it has 617bhp but, for short bursts, it can produce up to 751bhp. That means it will go from 0-62mph in 2.9sec. It will also do a WLTP range of 260 miles (bank on 200-ish in the real world) and can charge at up to 270kW, which will take the battery from 10-80% in around 20mins.
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