The 2021 Porsche Taycan is an innovative electric vehicle, showcasing the high-performance potential of the species. It is the first production of Electric Vehicles with an 800-volt architecture and a multispeed transmission, it sets new standards in charging speeds and acceleration times. In fact, the top of the line 750-hp Turbo S is among the fastest cars ever tested, even competing with hypercars like the $1.7 million, 1000-hp Bugatti Veyron 16.4 to 60 mph in 2.4 seconds.

The 2021 Porsche Taycan also has stamina, with the ability to make multiple high-speed runs without a lot of loss in performance. It also a four-door sedan that has a much shorter estimated driving range than its primary rival, the Tesla Model S, and all-wheel-drive versions cost at least six figures at present. But the 2021 Porsche Taycan drives like a Porsche sports car and accelerates in ways few electric models have done before.

Most Taycan models have dual electric motors, with one powering the front wheels and the other powering the rears wheels. They produce separate outputs that differ by different models. it also generates up to 522 horsepower with the standard 79.2-kWh battery and up to 562 horses with the optional 83.7-kWh pack.

Inside the good-looking 2021 Porsche Taycan is a tech-heavy environment. The design is apparently simple and also looks like what we have seen in other Porsche models. As expected, the interior can be covered in a range of luxury materials and different color schemes. There’s a long list of luxury options, including four-zone climate control, massaging front seats, a heated steering wheel. The 2021 Porsche Taycan comes standard with 2+2 seating, but there’s an option to add a third spot in the back if the driver wishes to. The Porsche’s rear accommodations and storage space are a bit lacking, and it isn’t enjoyable having to maneuver into the low front seat.

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