The Porsche Taycan is coming later this year, Porsche’s first fully electric sports car is based on the Porsche Mission e concept car.
Now Porsche has revealed some teaser photos of what the new Porsche Taycan will look like, the final car is expected to be revealed in September. The photos show the car with camouflage on, although we still get an idea of what the car will look like.
It is a warm early afternoon, around 1 pm, in an inconspicuous hall in an industrial zone on the edge of Stuttgart. The windows of the building are completely covered up, the gates are carefully locked so that nobody can look in or come in without authorisation and nothing is leaked to the outside. Inside is a bewilderingly camouflaged test model of the Taycan. In 70 years of sports car history, it is the first purely battery-powered Porsche from Zuffenhausen. At this point, only rough outlines are known about; the trade journals are outdoing each other with more or less futuristic phantom images, but one thing is clear: the Taycan will enter a completely new dimension of the Porsche brand, which traditionally draws its power from high-performance combustion engines. A quantum leap. And, like any radical change, not without risk.
You can find out more information about the new Porsche Taycan over at Porsche at the link below.