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Porsche Taycan Review Australia | Features, Specification, Price


The idea of an electric Porsche would seem outlandish just a few years ago. But here, in 2021, we have been introduced with an electric Porsche Taycan. It has a thrilling performance and a sleek design. There are also lots of customization possibilities. In terms of price, it is a traditional Porsche.


The Porsche Taycan sedan comes in four models:

 Base (Standard Taycan)

 Porsche Taycan 4S

 Porsche Taycan Turbo 

 Porsche Taycan Turbo S


The Taycan debuted last year. It quickly claimed the top position in Edmunds' rankings of luxury EVs. In 2021, the Taycan adds a new base trim. The Porsche Taycan 4S has more power to satisfy a performance-minded person. It costs less but isn't as powerful as the existing 4S and Turbo trim.



As Porsche Taycan is an electric car, there is no engine to speak of. The Taycan range, instead, is powered by a choice of three different dual-motor electric setups. Although Porsche hasn't confirmed, a two-wheel-drive model is expected to launch soon.


The base 4S has 390kW power and 640Nm torque. It is suitable for a 100 km/h sprint time of 4.0 seconds. It comes with a standard 79.2 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. There is also an option of a 93.4 kWh performance battery plus for buyers.


Suppose one Opts for the bigger battery, the output ups to 420kW power and 650 Nm torque. This improves range from 365 km to a claimed 414 km.


Now let us Move to the Taycan Turbo. It gets you 500kW power and 850 Nm torque for a 3.2-second sprint to 100 km/h. It has a bigger battery and offers a claimed range of 420 km.


The range-topping Taycan Turbo S provides 560kW power and 1050 Nm torque. It'll hit 100 km/h in just 2.8 seconds from a standstill. The claimed range of the Taycan Turbo S is 405 km.



The Porsche Taycan has a magnificent exterior. It has a Six-piston front and four-piston rear cast iron brakes. It has automatic LED headlights and 20-inch Sport Aero wheels. The Porsche Taycan measures 4963 mm long and 2144 mm wide. The height depends on the model and ranges between 1378 mm and 1381 mm. It has a 2900 mm wheelbase. 


With the standard battery pack, the base Taycan 4S weighs 2140 kg, and with the longer-range pack, it weighs 2220 kg. The Taycan Turbo weighs 2305 kg, while the Turbo S weighs 2295 kg.



The interior of the Taycan Porsche is also extraordinary. The touchscreen interface of Taycan is pretty good. The lower touchscreen is used to control the climate settings. It can also be used to navigate the upper touchscreen via its virtual touchpad and shortcut buttons. The Taycan's touchscreens, like others, are prone to smudges. Though thankfully, they are noticeable when the system is off. Buyers might take some time to learn this new interface.


Porsche Taycan is more like a sports car than a sedan when it comes to getting in and out. This mainly depends on the air suspension. It should be raised to its friendliest setting. On the inside, there is a lot of space upfront. The rear seat is small for this long car. There is a lack of toe space under the front seats. The swoopy roofline runs pretty low. Rear passengers should watch their heads.


Despite the fact that the rear window is pretty narrow, the rearward visibility is excellent. Thanks to the thin windshield pillars, it has even better out front. The door-mounted mirrors of Taycan ensure objects don't get obscured when you're turning.


Specifications of Different Porsche Taycan Models:



The standard Taycan has an output of 321 horsepower. The estimated EPA range is more than 200 miles with both battery options. It has some standard advanced safety features as well. Forward collision mitigation is one of them. It warns you of an impending collision and applies the brakes in specific scenarios. Lane-keeping assist is also a standard feature in it. This feature steers the vehicle back into its lane if it drifts over the lane marker. The front and rear parking sensors alert you to obstacles that may not be visible.


Other features include:

 DC fast-charging capability

 Summer performance tires

 Adaptive rear spoiler

 Auto-dimming, heated mirrors

 Dual-zone automatic climate control

 Power-adjustable front seats

 Heated front seats

 Interior ambient lighting

 Navigation system

 Wireless charging pad

 Wireless Apple CarPlay smartphone integration

 Remote monitoring through a smartphone app

 Satellite radio

 10-speaker audio system

 The 16.8-inch curved instrument panel 


Porsche Taycan 4S:

The mid-grade 4S adds all-wheel drive. It has an output of 429 horsepower. In overboost mode, the output is 522 hp with an estimated range of 199 miles. The Performance Battery Plus option increases output to 482 hp with an estimated range of 227 miles. It includes all the standard features, plus adaptive headlights and adaptive air suspension. This can raise or lower the ride height of the vehicle.


Porsche Taycan Turbo:

The Taycan Turbo has all the features mentioned above, and it adds on the following features:

 20-inch Turbo Aero wheels

 10-piston front

 Four-piston rear PCSB brakes

 LED Matrix headlights with Porsche Dynamic Lighting Plus

 Body-colored front valance, side skirts, rear diffuser

 Four-zone climate control


It has an entire leather interior, with rear seat heating. It also has Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control. The Stainless steel pedals make it a luxurious ride. 


Porsche Taycan Turbo S:

The range-topping Turbo S also incorporates all the above features and also gains:

10-piston front

 Four-piston rear carbon-ceramic brakes

 21-inch Mission E wheels

 Black window trim

 Carbon door sills

 Carbon diffuser inlays

 18-way powered front seats


It has carbon exterior trim and a two-tone leather-free interior. It also incorporates charge ports on the driver and passenger sides.



In Euro NCAP crash testing, the Porsche Taycan range scored five stars. It scored:

 85 percent for adult occupant protection

 83 percent for child occupant protection

 70 percent for vulnerable road user protection

 73 percent for safety assist


The standard safety feature includes; Autonomous emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control.



 The rear legroom isn't overly generous

 The EV greatness comes at a commensurately great price

 The touchscreen interface is not very intuitive

 The Low ride height and roof make enter and exit challenging


Final Verdict:

The Porsche Taycan range is a perfect ride. It has an impressive build quality and interior finish. Its rapid acceleration and hunkered-down handling are enjoyable. The Potential for rapid fast-charging capability makes it a worthy choice.


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