The interior layout, fit and finish
There's not much difference between the interior of the Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo and the standard Porsche Taycan. Even the badging and on-screen logos simply say 'Taycan', although the vehicle graphic on the drive mode menu shows the correct version.
Mind you, when you look in the rear-view mirror, you will notice the difference – visibility is much better in the Sport Turismo because of the bigger back window. Front and rear parking sensors as standard too.
The GTS version also gets Porsche’s suede-like material Race-Tex on the seats, steering wheel and roof lining. It's fairly grippy so it's great for holding you in place, and if the dark colour scheme is not to your taste, you can specify individual colour highlights to brighten it up a bit.
There is also the option of the panoramic roof with Sunshine Control to maximise the amount of light in the cabin. It uses an electronically controlled film applied to the glass that can switch from clear to a matt finish at the press of a button, removing the need for a separate roller blind.
The film is divided into nine segments and you can select which ones to use on the centre touchscreen. It’s a neat function, but will add to the £1000 cost of having a panoramic roof without it.