If you're looking for all the usual electric car benefits but want real driving pleasure, the Porsche Taycan is the car for you. It's even reasonably practical and wonderfully classy inside. It's hugely expensive, though, and if you want to do long journeys on a regular basis, the Tesla Model S is a a better bet.get the best price
Trim: Turbo S
Super expensive but over the Turbo adds 21in alloy wheels, and 'engine' sound generator, Sports Chrono Package, four-wheel steering, ceramic brakes and a leather-free interior.
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