Make way for the Porsche Taycan, the latest version of the German automaker’s first electric sports car.
Announced this week, the “standard” Taycan comes with the simple name “Taycan” as opposed to the 4S or the Turbo S. It will come out later this year in the U.S. as the most basic option of the electric Taycan lineup. It will also be the cheapest mode, starting at $79,900. That’s finally close to the Tesla Model S, which starts at around $70,000.
Previously the was the “budget” Taycan with a starting price of more than $103,000. The Taycan Turbo and Turbo S cost $150,000 and $185,000 respectively. Read more…
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