Not still introduced to the public but long-awaited and much spoken about, the first all-electric Porsche called Taycan is drawing customer’s attention worldwide. More than 20,000 people have joined a list of prospective buyers. The model will go on sale in late 2019.
At the Geneva Motor Show taking place these days, Porsche spokesman has confirmed that already over 20,000 people around the world registered their pre-orders and prepaid for the upcoming Taycan EV. The down payment in Europe is €2,500.
The public won’t see the vehicle until early fall 2019. We even don’t know what its final design is, and can just expect it will look very close to the 2018 Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo Concept that previewed the Taycan.
But the interest to the model is great. The Porsche Taycan will make its debut in September and enter the market before the end of this year.
The car accelerates from 0 to 62mph (0-100 km/h) in less than 3.5 sec. Its driving range exceeds 311 miles (500km), but according to outdated NEDC test. It will be possible to add sufficient charge for a range of 100km in just 4.0 minutes (NEDC measured).
Porsche believes the Taycan will be the “most sporty and technically advanced vehicle in its segment”.