Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo places an emphasis on rear-seat passenger space, but front-seat occupants are also well catered for (this is a Porsche after all, and the driver will always come first). Six-footers and above benefit from more head and leg room than you get in the Tesla Model S and there's more storage space overall too.
In the back, the Cross Turismo can easily accommodate a couple of six-footers, and its squared-off roofline gives passengers significantly more headroom than you get in the standard car (Porsche claims you get an extra 47mm). That gives the rear of the Cross Turismo a surprisingly airy vibe, which is a nice bonus for back-seat passengers.