Porsche’s U.S. configurator has been updated to include the current base Taycan 4S that was unveiled earlier this week.
Arriving just a couple of weeks after the Taycan premiered in Turbo and Turbo S guise, the 4S is much cheaper, although at $103,800 in base form (at least until Porsche further expands the range), it’s not exactly what you could call affordable. The configurator also reveals that if you get a little overzealous with the options, the price of the 4S can almost double and get close to the $200,000 mark.
There are two paint options offered as standard, Black and White. Should customers want something a little more eye-catching, they can dip into the range of metallic colors that include Mamba Green Metallic, Frozen Blue Metallic and Gentian Blue Metallic, all of which cost $800 each. A shade dubbed Carmine Red (pictured) is also available for a cool $3,150. As for the wheels, there are six options available, the most expensive of which are 21-inchers with carbon fiber aeroblades that are priced at $8,770.
Then we come to the interior. A host of different color combinations are available finished in real leather or vegan leather. Among the interior options include 18-way adjustable seats with memory functions, the $6,430 Performance Package, $7,170 Premium Package, $5,660 SportDesign Package, and more. The configurator is so comprehensive that you could spend hours on end speccing out your dream Taycan 4S.
As standard, the Taycan 4S is offered with a 79.2 kWh battery pack that’s good for 252 miles (405 km) of driving range. A Performance Battery Plus model is available with a 93.4 kWh battery that improves the range to 287 miles (462 km).
You can check out Porsche’s configurator over here.