A fresh set of renderings attempt to peel off the remaining camouflage of Porsche’s first electric model, the Taycan, giving us a better idea of what to expect when it finally launches.
A member of the Taycan forum posted a set of renderings in different colors to preview the final car. The effort was aided by the fact that the most recent public appearances of the test cars had pretty little camo tape on them, with most of it surrounding the head- and taillights.
Porsche is set to reveal the production version of the Taycan next week, on September 4, and so far we’ve been bombarded with numerous spy shots and official images of camouflaged prototypes.
The automaker has already released pictures of the interior, which get a very high-tech dashboard littered with displays – four of them, to be exact. The driver gets a glass-surfaced, curved 16.8-inch unit that can be configured in four different ways, while the main infotainment display measures 10.9 inches in diameter. The front passenger also gets their own screen, while the HVAC is controlled by – you guessed it – yet another display.
The Taycan will get different versions with varying levels of power and battery sizes, and according to the latest reports, the most powerful variant will offer more than 700 HP and 750 lb-ft of torque.