The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is an all-electric CUV from Porsche, which was unveiled as a concept car at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. It is based on the Porsche Taycan Coupe powertrain and expected to go into production in 2020.
The performance data, which makes even motorsport hearts beat that little bit faster, speaks for itself: 600hp of system performance surge from 0 to 62mph in under 3.5 seconds.
The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is prepared for all your spontaneous plans thanks to its range of over 310 miles (NEDC). And with its innovative 800-volt technology, a range of 248 miles (NEDC) recharges in just 15 minutes.
The car doesn’t stop there. Porsche is setting new standards in terms of continuous power and reproducibility: several acceleration maneuvers are possible in immediate succession, while performance remains the same. This is made possible through a PSM high-performance drive: ‘permanently excited synchronous machines’ with an extremely high level of output consistency on both the front and the rear axle.
Compact electric motors, underbody battery, no combustion engine, no exhaust system, no transmission tunnel. Plenty of opportunities to question and rethink previous forms. The result: a flow-optimized body, totally geared to performance – on a robust chassis with increased ground clearance, which opens up new routes off the beaten path.
- A stylistic and technical highlight of the front end is the LED matrix headlight units with four-point daytime running lights.
The door handles are flush to the surface and automatically fold out when you approach the car.
An electrically operated charge port is elegantly integrated into the design on both the driver and front passenger side – for increased comfort in any charging situation.
The rear design features a continuous light strip. An aerodynamically optimized diffuser allows optimal roadholding.
The rear end with large tailgate and variable luggage compartment offers plenty of space for your golf, kite or ski equipment.
- The all-digital instrument cluster tracks the driver’s eye movements. The ultra- wide display in the dashboard and 3D touch control panel in the center console mean Porsche fascination can be experienced by both driver and front passenger in equal measure. An additional head-up display provides increased levels of comfort and convenience.
The four sporty, lightweight seats with illuminated Porsche logos are inspired by bucket-type racing seats, thus saving weight and giving driver and passengers the appropriate lateral support to match the driving dynamics of the car. The typically Porsche slim headrests almost seem suspended in the air. Both rear seats are furnished with a practical load-through option for skis.
- The end-to-end glass roof with honeycomb structure means the sun accompanies you on every journey. It covers the entire roof surface between the windscreen and the tailgate and provides an even more generous feeling of space. Thanks to the special roof coating, thermal radiation is effectively filtered.