Porsche Taycan Unveiled In Turbo And Turbo S Spec With Up To 750 HP

Europe’s first answer to the Tesla Model S is finally here and it is the Porsche Taycan, a fully electric four-door sports car with up to 750 HP (761 PS) through overboost, plus a staggering 774 lb-ft (1,050 Nm) of torque.

The first Taycan models you’ll be able to purchase are the Turbo and Turbo S, with less powerful variants to be added later this year. Meanwhile, the first derivative to be added will be the Taycan Cross Turismo, scheduled to arrive at the end of next year.

Plenty of Porsche DNA

There’s no mistaking the Taycan for anything else other than a Porsche thanks to its wide and flat front end, as well as the highly contoured wings. It also features a sporty roofline, sculpted side sections, drawn-in rear C-pillar and pronounced shoulders. We should also mention the glass-look Porsche logo, which has been integrated into the light bar at the rear.

Speaking of design, Porsche managed to give the Taycan a drag value coefficient of just 0.22, which in the end makes a significant contribution to the car’s low energy consumption and long range.

The German automaker used a centrally-networked control system for the Taycan’s chassis, analyzing and synchronizing all chassis systems in real time, systems such as the adaptive air suspension with three-chamber technology including PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) electronic damper control, but also the optional Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control Sport (PDCC Sport) electromechanical roll stabilization system with Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus).

Once on the road, multiple driving modes are available to the driver. There’s Normal, Sport, Sport Plus and Range. Additionally, individual systems can be configured as required by using the Individual mode.

Let’s talk performance

By now, you’re probably curious to know how quick the Taycan really is and how far it can take you before you need to recharge its batteries. Both the Turbo and Turbo S feature 616 HP (625 PS), but that’s where the similarities stop.

The Taycan Turbo can offer its driver up to 671 HP (680 PS) with Overboost, while the Turbo S can muster a peak 750 HP (761 PS). The latter also has more torque with 774 lb-ft (1,050 Nm) versus the Turbo’s 627 lb-ft (850 Nm). This results in the Turbo accelerating to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 3.0 seconds with the aid of Launch Control, while the Turbo S can hit that same mark in just 2.6 seconds. If you’re also interested in 0-124 mph (200 km/h) times, the Taycan Turbo will get there in 10.6 seconds, while the Turbo S in 9.8 seconds. As for top speed, both versions will max out at 161 mph (260 km/h).

By the way, power is sent to the road with the aid of an innovative two-speed transmission installed on the rear axle. First gear is said to be focused on acceleration, while second gear features a long ratio to ensure high efficiency and equally high power reserves.

With regards to range, the Taycan’s 93.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack with its 800-volt architecture can theoretically receive up to 80% of its charge in as little as 22 and a half minutes, with 60 miles (96 km) of range available in just 5 minutes – as long as you find a 270 kW charger that is.

Also read: Porsche Taycan Quickest EV Of Its Kind On The Nordschleife With 7:42 Lap

Using a 150 kW DC fast charger, you can get to 80% in 36 minutes, while a simple 240-volt outlet at 9.6 kW means having to wait 11 hours.

So what does this mean once you get out on the road? According to Porsche, the Taycan Turbo can cover a maximum of 280 miles / 450 km (WLTP), while the Turbo S can do 256 miles / 412 km.

It’s not difficult to see why the Taycan Turbo S is superior to its non-S sibling. It’s also why the former costs upwards of $187,610, while the Turbo is $153,310, taxes included.

No shortage of on-board tech

The interior of the Taycan is clearly driver focused, where a central 10.9-inch infotainment display and an optional passenger display combine to offer you all the information you need.

As for how you access the car’s functions, that would be either through touch operation of using voice control – the car responds to the command “Hey Porsche”.

What else do I need to know?

Probably the fact that the Taycan measures 4,963 mm (195.4 inches) in length, 1,966 mm (77.4 inches) in width / 2,144 mm (84.4 inches) with mirrors and has a 2,900 mm (114 inch) long wheelbase. By comparison, a Tesla Model S is 4,980 mm (195.9 in) long, 1,964 mm (77.3 inches) wide and its wheelbase stands at 2,960 mm (116.5 inches). So yes, they are fairly similar in size.

 

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  • PK

    umm bye bye tesla or is it too soon? lol

    • Georgi Georgiev

      Lol, this cannot compete with Tesla, sorry.

      • Nastinupe1911

        Yeah… definitely not in the same league. Tesla is a slot below this. This has a much more premium look and feel to it.

        • SD38439

          And I bet they don’t explode.

        • tekdemon

          It’s literally double the price with the standard Model S equipment so it better feel more premium. The base Taycan Turbo doesn’t even have a motorized charge door standard, you have to option it for $640!

    • Dennis James

      The design and build quality will surely surpass Tesla, but, like Audi e-Tron, the electrical stuff and range will probably be (much) inferior. Tesla is 5-7 years ahead regarding electric drivetrains.

      • SD38439

        Maybe 5-7 years ago they were, but only because no one else was making anything comparable to the Model S. There’s no way a company the size of VAG have not surpassed the quality of cars being built in tents, or else they wouldn’t be putting the name Porsche on it.

        • Dennis James

          You have to realize, time passes for both VAG and Tesla.

          Look at the range. Tesla P100D is already better, and when the EPA range of the Taycan is published, I suspect the e-Tron story will repeat itself with around 200 miles of range, because e-Tron and Taycan Turbo S have the same WLTP range.

          But, I do hope I’m wrong !

      • wtvlol

        “Tesla is 5-7 years ahead regarding electric drivetrains.”

        Tesla is losing their advantage every single day. They were ahead….5-7year AGO…

        They either update their models quickly or they will be pushed out the table.

        • Dennis James

          Don’t forget, time passes for everyone, not only for Tesla’s competitors. Tesla’s electrics, electronics and software are updated very often, only the inside and outside design is not.

    • Knotmyrealname

      It’s more like bye bye ICE vehicles.

    • runbuh

      $150k starting price? Slower than a Tesla, with less range. Tesla will lose SOME sales to Porsche fans, but not that many.

      • Elpatore

        If you cannot understand the price, it’s not meant for you.

      • FOR THAT PRICE YOU’LL GET A MUCH NICER INTERIOR. IF THAT’S IMPORTANT TO A BUYER THEY’LL FORK OVER THE CASH.

    • SD38439

      I can’t believe people still think Tesla are even in the game at this point. The only reason they even sell cars is because up until now there is literally no other option for compelling EVs, but no one is going to want their junk when real car companies start releasing EVs. And even without the Taycan, Tesla is collapsing more and more with each passing day (still haven’t made one penny from selling a car and are still burning millions each day), and Musk has gone off the deep end on drugs and has lost all control, and the board are desperate to oust him. Not to mention serious lawsuits (autopilot, solar panels, etc) and legal trouble looming (under investigation by the DHS for drug tunneling).

      • HD

        So much nonsense in one post. There are CEO’s with major drinking problems (alcohol is the most lethal drug worldwide) and you call a guy who had a joint a drug addict? Tesla sells the most EV’s worldwide by far. Outselling companies like BYD. Clueless post. To compare any model to this Porsche is clueless as well. Tesla does not sell a sports car currently.

        • Rick Alexander

          Technically you can still purchase a Tesla Roadster, albeit a used one, but I digress. I agree, the new Porsche Taycan is NOT a competitor to any Tesla in production at the moment. Different price point, different demographic, and different aesthetic. I still don’t understand why they couldn’t have stayed closer to the Mission E in overall styling. I like the Taycan, but it lacks the aggressive and visual presence of the Mission E. Especially in the rear three quarters.

        • ALL THESE TESLA HATERS SHOULD THANK THEM FOR CARS LIKE THIS.

    • Exotics

      Yes Tesla is doomed. $150,000 Taycan starts at. Model 3 starts at $35,000.

  • Toronado_II

    I’m disappointed by these headlights…
    Did you see the front calipers !
    Oh my…

    • Dennis James

      This is a 2.2-2.5 ton car designed for partial track use, not only for quarter mile 🙂

      • Toronado_II

        And that’s a good thing !

  • canathan

    Turbo name is a bit pointless but it’s a beautiful car.

  • Harry_Wild

    Already sold over 30K+ and will be accept orders for the 2025 model now! Get in today unless you want the 2026 model!

  • Six_Tymes

    That Rimac looks like a Porsche sort of. What I dont understand is, why would they name it a “Turbo” when it has none? Was this the car driven by the character TURBO MAN in the old movie Jingle All the Way? Porsche has lost it.

    • Dennis James

      Well…where is the mustang in the Ford Mustang ? 🙂

  • Anthony James

    Epic

  • Dennis James

    Somehow it looks worse than the new Panamera, which I didn’t expect. The rear is too volume-heavy while the front is too thin, looking at the side view. The interior is underwhelming (I really don’t like the plasticky front instrument cluster) and full of screens, it should be more minimal in a car of the future.

    • Honda NSX-R

      But according to the average car buyer, screens = cool & future

    • Enter Ranting

      Porsche seriously needs to move past the 911 design language for all their vehicles. It barely works for the 911.

  • Honda NSX-R

    Love how the white Taycan still has the Mission E vibe to it

  • Jim Jones ©

    Turbo? Do they really think the buyers of EV’s are so insecure as to need a badge as some kind of security blanket, that’s a sign of the insecurity of the Board of Porsche more than any felt by their customers.

    Germany is in denial about where the industry is at this turning point and perhaps in great tuetonic form it should end with the collapse of Berlin.

    • BlackPegasus

      No, it’s about profit.

    • lagunas3ca

      Calm down, Jim, before you give yourself an aneurysm.

    • SD38439

      To all of you “OMG Turbo?!” people — electronics companies have been using the word/phrase “turbo”/”turbo mode/boost” for over three decades now for products like CPUs and even game controllers. The modern meaning is “increasing speed”.

      • Jim Jones ©

        The people buying this aren’t 14 year old spotty faced gamers.

        • Honda NSX-R

          I can see some rich teen YouTube gamers buying this

  • atomicbri

    The white Taycan looks most like the Mission E which I like. Do not like the blue one with the chrome and all that. To me that resembles they Panamera too much. Kind of disappointed with the interior. And at that price, Tesla can not worry too much about sales being stolen. Porsche fanboys will buy it for sure.

  • BlackPegasus

    I want one now! ?

  • ZYGIUS

    Tai call it Taycan TURBO S
    Where is TURBO?

    • Elpatore

      turbo is a trim level………

      • LJ

        For the trims with a turbo………

        • Elpatore

          not anymore

          • LJ

            And now it makes no sense.

  • XtremWize
    • Finkployd

      twnloo

  • Elpatore

    That interior is just mind blowing. I am deeply in love with this car and can’t wait to drive it.

    • OdysseyTag

      Feel exactly the same 🙂

  • Karl

    Very disappointed with the final design of this vehicle. All seem a bit underwhelming to me.

    • no25

      Wayyyy nicer than that Lincoln in your pic, though.

      • Karl

        You missed the entire drift of my comment! I was merely saying that the final product looks generic and watered down compared to the stunning concept Bud!

        • no25

          It’s not, though. It’s a great final production version.
          I just find it funny that you wanna call a Porsche underwhelming when you are Lincoln fanboy, ‘bud.’

    • Arct1c

      I am surprised you’re “underwhelmed” when Lincolns, although a lot nicer lately, are predictable in design and still nowhere near the standards of a Porsche.

      • Karl

        My critique went right over your head! Considering how stunning the concept was this looks too generic and watered down! Simply enough for you now Einstein?

      • Karl

        Porsche, while nice are no more than glorified overpriced Volkswagen! Let’s admit it,Porsche is not what it once was! Here it is playing catch up to Tesla..

  • Some ol’ bloke

    Really nice

  • Frase

    I like it, but I’m not in love with it, which sums up my interest in Porsches. The interior another victim of screen overload and the Turbo name just doesn’t sound right for an electric car even if it’s just for marketing purposes. I do sort of prefer it over the Model S though.

    • Matthew Daraei

      May I ask which car brand are you in love it?

      • Frase

        I’m always partial to Ford, but I weirdly I still find Saabs really endearing.

        • Matthew Daraei

          I love Saab cars.

          • Frase

            Who doesn’t? They’re terrific.

          • Matthew Daraei

            Exactly.

          • Aeromann

            Me too.

        • Aeromann

          You are a greay guy, I still have a Saab. It’s a fantastic car.

    • Rahul Mandala

      Porsches are also brilliant, engaging, and emotional machines. They are magnitudes of fun and pure excitement. I do understand your love for Saabs. They are wonderful cars.

  • StrangerGP

    It’s not Europe’s first response to a Tesla. In fact you shouldn’t even compare a Porsche to a Tesla and I’m in no way a Porsche fanboy for saying that. 😉

  • LJ

    Europe, playing catch up as usual.

    • Rahul Mandala

      Tesla wouldn’t even have been here today if it weren’t for Daimler partnering with them for the development of the Model S and X. Besides Europe has been ahead on many fronts and still will continue to be. You’re just a salty Tesla fanboy that doesn’t like seeing other EVs better than the Model S.

  • HD

    153k starting price? Spicey.

    • Stephen G

      Well they want to sell you a turbo that is not really a turbo so maybe they’ll accept 150k In Pesos!

  • Stephen G

    Turbo? Obviously named by a marketing guy that knows nothing about automobiles, Maybe it should have been the Porsche Taycan Turbo S SUV Coupe, you know, just to cover all the bases.

    • Jarosław Kotowicz

      Obviously you don’t understand that it’s to resemble naming from the rest of model range. Maybe it is stupid but you are missing the point.

      • Stephen G

        So the 911 Turbo was electric and didn’t have a turbo in it?

        • Jarosław Kotowicz

          You are still missing the point. It’s named Turbo because it should give you the perspective of level of performance. 911 Turbo is between slower Carrera models and faster GT3 models. As it is said in the article less powerfull models will be lounched later. So for 100% the base model will be named Taycan Carrera or just Taycan.
          And as I said it sounds stupid but this is the purpouse. Not because you think that in such big and serious company works someone that has no idea about cars and there is not a single person in whole company that will note that this is not good.

          • Stephen G

            Aw NO! The word turbo means it has a turbo. It’s not a “Level of Performance”.

          • Jarosław Kotowicz

            Oh wow. A big problem in a world where for quite a time BMW 330 doesn’t mean you have a 3 litre engine.

          • Stephen G

            Now you understand. It’s a big problem. Like calling a four door hatchback a “Coupe”. BMW, Mercedes and now Porsche, loosing it.

          • Jarosław Kotowicz

            Customers don’t give a single F about it.
            And the most important thing – it’s about a decade or more too late to complain.

          • Stephen G

            BMW & MB are dead to me. I don’t give a $hit what they name their cars. It doesn’t matter to them because of the level of intelligence of their customers. Porsche, on the other hand, is (apparently “was”) sacred ground.

          • Jarosław Kotowicz

            I think since Porsche is selling the Cayenne, Macan and Panamera the level of intelligence of their customers also dropped.

          • Elpatore

            I really doubt they care about that while swimming in OCEANS of money…

          • Enter Ranting

            Nope – it’s a dumb idea to take a term that’s so associated with internal combustion engines and use it to describe your brand new electric vehicle. Why not also tout fuel injection as a measure of speed?

          • Jarosław Kotowicz

            Naming car BMW 330 when you get a two litre engine is also dumb but everyone got used to it. Same will be with Turbo. Also the car has overboost so it is a turbo somehow.

          • Enter Ranting

            Nomenclature using numbers to denote a model is different than naming a car after a piece of equipment that is completely absent. It’s a new car with a new drivetrain – come up with a new name to describe it. Porsche relies way to heavily on their old design language and terminology.

          • Jarosław Kotowicz

            It’s not different because everyone knew that 30 means 3 litre. And BMW knew that keeping the system will confuse customers because 320 on a car with performance of a 330 will not look good. So they tricked customers.

          • Enter Ranting

            A turbo is a physical piece of equipment. Other cars have them too. You’re the only one defending Porsche’s dumb decision to name their car after a piece of equipment it doesn’t have. Dodge wouldn’t call an electric car the Hemi.

          • Jarosław Kotowicz

            First of all I’m not defending them. I’m just trying to say that all complaints are pointless. And engine displacement is also something physical.

      • THE REST OF THE MODEL RANGE ISN’T ELECTRIC. NOT ALL PORSCHE’S HAVE TO LOOK LIKE THE 911.

        • Jarosław Kotowicz

          “NOT ALL PORSCHE’S HAVE TO LOOK LIKE THE 911”
          Yes they have to. Aside from customers that will be new to the brand some of them will be ignorant customers switching from Panamera for example. Try to explain them the position of the model.
          And Taycan Turbo has an overboost mode. So somehow it is a turbo. Which is even more important considering that I assume the base model will not have this option.

    • Joe E

      It’s as stupid as Cadillac switching to torque-based engine badges – just in reverse.

    • Aeromann

      This is really ridiculous…

  • salamOOn

    i dont know why, but im more “excited” from the new nissan juke than from this…. https://media1.giphy.com/media/NxEsKrLJXPuwg/giphy-downsized-medium.gif

    • donald seymour

      Maybe because they really hid the process and kept it a secret in which they actually surprised us.

  • GobbleUp

    So the $65k Model 3P destroys this…and has more range. Wonderful move Porsche.

    • Richard Alexander

      Dont forget build quality by Lada….

  • illogicalPotato

    Lol I love to see the comment section. Always filled with hate and “This will kill their brand, those morons!” yet they’re realistically going to sell out and make an ass ton of a cash.

  • Joe E

    I predict every d-bag here in Los Angeles with a Model S will move onto a Taycan. Despite inferior range and a higher price than Model S. Perhaps it would be a different story if Model S received a real refresh or a full redesign. But it hasn’t! So Model S is old, Taycan is new, and Taycan will sell.

    • Enter Ranting

      D-bags in Los Angeles will drive it BECAUSE it’s more expensive.

      • Joe E

        Haha – exactly right!

  • Emoto

    Those headlights look awful. Yuck.

    • YEAH, THAT AND THE SLIT NEXT TO THEM ARE THE ONLY THING I DON’T LIKE ABOUT THE DESIGN.

  • Exotics

    The Chevy Bolt killer is here

    • MayTheBestCarWin05

      HAHA

      • A ?? THAT WILL RULE OVER YOU

        it is

  • MayTheBestCarWin05

    Hopefully this will have similar depreciation as other EV’s, maybe i can pick one up for 60k in 4 years?

  • Enter Ranting

    Seriously ugly, inside and out. And all the gauges are screen graphics, except the stopwatch on the dash, which has an actual needle and looks much better than the flat Mario Cart gauges. Maybe Tesla doesn’t have to worry much after all.

    • TheBelltower

      I prefer the minimal design in Teslas. But there is no possible way anyone can call this ugly.

      • Enter Ranting

        Yet another blobby, stretched 911 body with awkward details and an interior that relies completely on a bunch of screens. No well-crafted switch gear, just fingerprint-covered panels of glass. And one lone analog stopwatch as an afterthought. Hard pass.

        • A ?? THAT WILL RULE OVER YOU

          #stophating. Just because you can’t afford a Porsche, doesn’t mean you can start hating on their hard work, moron.

          • Enter Ranting

            Yeah, and you can’t afford one either. This is a comment section, you dope. Are only positive comments allowed here? Get bent.

          • A ?? THAT WILL RULE OVER YOU

            WEAK. try again moron. Stick to riding a bus or drive your POS GM.

        • TheBelltower

          The clock at the top is probably part of Porsche’s pricy “chrono package.” Porsche guys look for it in any 911. So obviously Porsche is going to include it within their absurd list of options. It would be nice if Porsche wasn’t so stingy with the equipment on a $150K or $180k car.

    • Rahul Mandala

      Lol what? Teslas are boring as hell. The Taycan has personality inside and out.

      • Enter Ranting

        Yes, a doughy outside personality, and a a dull glass one inside.

        • Dredd2

          dull inside….???? the teslas a real junk as the interior dissolving after 50k ?? and that protrait lcd in the middle is simple noob. the exterior is an average car, nothing else, that taycan is better with lightyears

          • Enter Ranting

            I’m not defending the Tesla interior. I can’t believe how much money people are paying for terrible quality. But the Porsche interior relies completely on screens, which is a design copout. And screens are difficult to use when you’re speeding down a curvy road. Porsche knows that and they don’t care.

  • Elpatore

    You can hate all you want… this is a masterfully developed machine. its very disconcerting to see people comparing PORSCHE to Tesla… and i don’t mean that to the detriment of Tesla, both companies are so different with a very different costumer base. this is GOOD for Tesla, or at least I hope they become better so that in 10 years they can remain competitive. because remember who owns PORSCHE… technology ALWAYS trickles down the brand hierarchy…

    • Paulbe

      Costumer?

      • Finkployd

        yes, clowns

  • Mr. EP9

    I really wish they re-considered using the Turbo S name for the high performance version.

  • Ajvazi Bekim

    why turbo s it’s an electric car. it’s really not original and completely misleading a car turbo apply without turbo precisely

  • Aeromann

    We can say bye-bye to the turbos… ?

  • Bo Hanan

    I like the power up at the end of the video. Nice touch.

  • TheBelltower

    This is gorgeous. The price is absurd, especially with options. But they’ll sell regardless. The mythical fast charging network is vapor until it’s actually built and scaled. The “turbo” badging is bizarre. But man… this is nice.

  • IMPRESSIVE SPECS, ESPECIALLY THE Cd. BEAUTIFUL FROM THE A-PILLAR BACK. I’M NOT CRAZY ABOUT THE FRONT END.

    THE INTERIOR IS STUNNING. THOSE WITH AN EXTRA $74K TO SPEND NOW HAVE AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE MODEL S.

  • izzey04

    so no big iPad inside…lol

    • TheBelltower

      Well, four of them. Every front facing surface is a screen.

  • An Existing Person

    Besides the range and if money is really an issue, then I see no reason why a Tesla would even be comparable to this. The fact alone that the Porsche will be built significantly better and will be more reliable, it also has the luxury and quality that Tesla is desperately missing. Technology from the VAG group is on par with the industry’s best, and there’s no doubt it’s going to be a better performer all around than anything Tesla or any other manufacturer has to offer at the moment. This is a huge success for Porsche and would even convince me to purchase an EV.

  • Aeromann

    It’s not a Turbo but an Overboost.

    They should call it: Taycan Overboost S.
    That sounds more logical for me.

  • Marc Gruben

    I wonder, if Ferdinand Porsche had been alive to see this – would he have christened it the “Voltswagen”?

  • Paulbe

    This is the car that is starting to make me rethink my longstanding hostility to electrification.

  • john1168

    uuhhh… turbo?

  • Dredd2

    it seems, this thing put the hurts on junk tesla fans for sure

  • Thetruthísntalwayspopular

    Tesla who? This S H I T S over anything the spontaneously combusting teslas do.

  • A ?? THAT WILL RULE OVER YOU

    So what do your drive then? Your mom’s first car from high school. GTFO of my face scum.

    • Enter Ranting

      I could tell you I drive whatever car I want to tell you, and you have no way to disprove it. Instead, I’m going to ask why you judge a person based on the car they drive. Seems awfully petty and weak to me. Also, let me remind you, since you seem too dense to remember, that you responded to my comment in the first place. If you didn’t want me to abuse you, you could have just ignored me. But here we are. Awaiting your clever reply…

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