Porsche Taycan Shows Interior – And It’s Nigh Identical To Mission E Cross Turismo Concept

A pair of spy images showing the finished interior of the upcoming Porsche Taycan have popped up, and they show that the production model’s cabin will be very similar to the Mission E Cross Turismo Concept from 2018.

Porsche has been feverously testing the Taycan for a couple of years now, yet has managed to keep the interior well hidden despite camouflage across the vehicle’s exterior being slowly stripped away. These shots first posted on the Taycan Forum reveal that the Mission E Cross Turismo’s design and layout has made its way through to the road car with minor modifications.

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As we can see, the finished item receives a low dashboard complete with at least one very wide central display. Additionally, there is a large side air vent and a floating center console stretching down from the dash and housing a large touchscreen panel to operate the climate control.

Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo interior

Moving to the driver’s side and the similarities continue. Like the concept, the Taycan has a sporty three-spoke steering wheel and a large Start/Stop button to the left of the wheel. Directly in front of the driver sits a fully digital gauge cluster, and we can also see the central dial on the dashboard which is traditionally found in Porsche models with the optional Sport Chrono package.

Porsche has confirmed that, just like all of its other models, the Taycan will be offered in a number of configurations, including a range-topping ‘Turbo’ model. This range-topping variant will receive a pair of electric motors driving all four wheels and delivering in excess of 600 hp, allowing the electric sedan to hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in under 3.5 seconds while offering a driving range in excess of 500 km (311 miles).

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