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Porsche Taycan Turbo S Sport TurismoPorsche Taycan Turbo S Sport Turismo
Porsche Taycan Turbo S Sport Turismo
4
$170,897
Power
560 HP (1050 Nm)
Range
395 Km
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2.8s
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Porsche Taycan PlusPorsche Taycan Plus
Porsche Taycan Plus
4
$93,816
Power
350 HP (357 Nm)
Range
475 Km
Increase speed
5.4s
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Porsche Taycan TurboPorsche Taycan Turbo
Porsche Taycan Turbo
4
$142,581
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500 HP (850 Nm)
Range
415 Km
Increase speed
3.2s
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Porsche Taycan Plus Sport TurismoPorsche Taycan Plus Sport Turismo
Porsche Taycan Plus Sport Turismo
4
$94,792
Power
350 HP (357 Nm)
Range
445 Km
Increase speed
5.4s
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Porsche Taycan 4S PlusPorsche Taycan 4S Plus
Porsche Taycan 4S Plus
4
$107,281
Power
420 HP (650 Nm)
Range
460 Km
Increase speed
4s
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Porsche Taycan Turbo Sport TurismoPorsche Taycan Turbo Sport Turismo
Porsche Taycan Turbo Sport Turismo
4
$143,557
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500 HP (850 Nm)
Range
405 Km
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3.2s
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Porsche Taycan 4S Cross TurismoPorsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo
Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo
4
$107,689
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420 HP (650 Nm)
Range
425 Km
Increase speed
4.1s
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Porsche Taycan 4SPorsche Taycan 4S
Porsche Taycan 4S
4
$102,516
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390 HP (640 Nm)
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395 Km
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4s
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Porsche Taycan Turbo S Cross TurismoPorsche Taycan Turbo S Cross Turismo
Porsche Taycan Turbo S Cross Turismo
4
$171,239
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560 HP (1050 Nm)
Range
385 Km
Increase speed
2.9s
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Porsche Taycan 4S Plus Sport TurismoPorsche Taycan 4S Plus Sport Turismo
Porsche Taycan 4S Plus Sport Turismo
4
$108,257
Power
420 HP (650 Nm)
Range
430 Km
Increase speed
4s
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Porsche Taycan Porsche Taycan
Porsche Taycan
4
$88,877
Power
300 HP (345 Nm)
Range
410 Km
Increase speed
5.4s
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Porsche Taycan 4S Sport TurismoPorsche Taycan 4S Sport Turismo
Porsche Taycan 4S Sport Turismo
4
$103,492
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390 HP (640 Nm)
Range
370 Km
Increase speed
4s
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Porsche Taycan Turbo SPorsche Taycan Turbo S
Porsche Taycan Turbo S
4
$169,921
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560 HP (1050 Nm)
Range
400 Km
Increase speed
2.8s
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Porsche Taycan 4 Cross TurismoPorsche Taycan 4 Cross Turismo
Porsche Taycan 4 Cross Turismo
4
$99,430
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350 HP (500 Nm)
Range
425 Km
Increase speed
5.1s
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75Good
95Performance
80Efficiency
34Price
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Porsche Taycan GTS Sport TurismoPorsche Taycan GTS Sport Turismo
Porsche Taycan GTS Sport Turismo
4
$128,087
Power
440 HP (850 Nm)
Range
425 Km
Increase speed
3.7s
74
74Good
100Performance
78Efficiency
26Price
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Porsche Taycan Turbo Cross TurismoPorsche Taycan Turbo Cross Turismo
Porsche Taycan Turbo Cross Turismo
4
$143,911
Power
500 HP (850 Nm)
Range
400 Km
Increase speed
3.3s
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Porsche Taycan GTSPorsche Taycan GTS
Porsche Taycan GTS
4
$127,111
Power
440 HP (850 Nm)
Range
450 Km
Increase speed
3.7s
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Porsche Taycan Sport TurismoPorsche Taycan Sport Turismo
Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo
4
$89,853
Power
300 HP (345 Nm)
Range
380 Km
Increase speed
5.4s
Porsche

Porsche electric vehicles

Porsche is a German automobile manufacturer that was founded in 1931. The company is known for its high-performance sports cars.

Porsche has been developing electric vehicles for several years. In 2019, the company unveiled its first production electric vehicle, the Taycan. The Taycan is a luxury sedan that offers a long range and powerful performance. It has a range of up to 530 kilometers (330 miles) on a single charge, and it can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour (0 to 62 miles per hour) in just 2.8 seconds. The Taycan is also equipped with a number of advanced technology features, including a driver-assistance system called Porsche InnoDrive, which can help the driver to stay in lane and maintain a safe distance from other vehicles.

In 2022, Porsche introduced its second electric vehicle, the Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid. The Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid is a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) that combines a gasoline engine with an electric motor. The PHEV has a range of up to 42 kilometers (26 miles) on electric power alone, and it can accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour (0 to 62 miles per hour) in just 2.9 seconds. The Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid is also equipped with a number of advanced technology features, including a Porsche Electric Sport Sound system that generates a sporty sound as the car accelerates.

Porsche is committed to expanding its lineup of electric vehicles in the coming years. The company plans to introduce several new EVs in the next few years, including an electric version of the Macan SUV and an electric version of the 718 Cayman sports car.

In addition to its EVs, Porsche is also investing heavily in EV infrastructure. The company is building a network of fast-charging stations across Europe and North America. Porsche is also developing new battery technologies that will make its EVs even more efficient and affordable.

Porsche is a leader in the EV market, and it is well-positioned to continue to be a leader in the years to come. The company has a strong lineup of EVs, and it is investing heavily in EV infrastructure and battery technology. If you are looking for a luxurious and efficient EV, Porsche is a great option to consider.

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What makes Porsche EVs different from other brands?+

Porsche EVs, like the Taycan and Macan EV, differentiate themselves from other brands in several key aspects:

Performance:

- Focus on driving dynamics: Porsche prioritizes handling, acceleration, and braking performance, aiming for a sporty and engaging driving experience even in their EVs. This is evident in their use of powerful electric motors, sophisticated suspension systems, and carefully tuned driving modes.

- High power and fast charging: Porsche EVs boast some of the fastest charging speeds and highest power outputs in the EV market. The Taycan Turbo S, for example, can reach 670 horsepower and charge from 10% to 80% in just 22.5 minutes.

- Unique heritage: Porsche's legacy in motorsports and high-performance cars translates into an EV driving experience that's often described as thrilling and exhilarating.

Luxury and Design:

- Premium interiors: Porsche EVs feature luxurious interiors with high-quality materials, advanced technology, and a focus on comfort and ergonomics. This is in contrast to some other EV brands that prioritize minimalism or affordability over luxury.

- Distinctive design: Porsche EVs retain the brand's signature design language, with elements like sloping rooflines, dynamic curves, and powerful proportions. This makes them instantly recognizable and visually appealing.

- Brand reputation: Porsche has a strong reputation for quality, performance, and exclusivity, which translates into a certain cachet for their EVs.

Technology and Innovation:

- 800-volt architecture: Porsche uses an 800-volt electrical architecture, which allows for faster charging and higher power outputs compared to the more common 400-volt systems.

- Advanced driver-assistance systems: Porsche EVs offer a comprehensive suite of driver-assistance features, including adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, and blind-spot monitoring.

- Focus on sustainability: Porsche is committed to reducing its environmental impact, and their EVs are built with sustainability in mind, using recycled materials and offering features like energy-efficient driving modes.

However, it's important to note that Porsche EVs also come with some drawbacks:

- Higher price: Porsche EVs are generally more expensive than other brands, making them less accessible to a wider range of consumers.

- Limited range: While Porsche's EVs offer good range for their performance class, they may not match the range of some other EV brands that prioritize efficiency over power.

- Smaller cargo space: Due to their sporty design, Porsche EVs may have less cargo space than some other SUVs or crossovers.

Ultimately, whether a Porsche EV is the right choice for you depends on your individual priorities and budget. If you value performance, luxury, and exclusivity, then a Porsche EV may be a good option. However, if you're looking for the most affordable or longest-range EV, there may be other brands that better suit your needs.

What are the different models of Porsche EVs available?+

Currently, Porsche only offers one fully electric vehicle model, the Taycan. However, it comes in a variety of body styles and performance levels, so you're sure to find one that suits your needs and preferences. Here's a breakdown of the different Taycan models available:

Sedan:

- Taycan: The base model with a starting price of $82,700. It offers up to 227 miles of range and 402 horsepower.

- Taycan 4S: A step up from the base model with more power 462 horsepower) and range (227 miles. It starts at $103,800.

- Taycan GTS: This performance-oriented model starts at $131,400 and boasts 550 horsepower and up to 248 miles of range.

- Taycan Turbo: The top-of-the-line Taycan sedan with 670 horsepower and 227 miles of range. It starts at $150,900.

- Taycan Turbo S: The ultimate Taycan, with 750 horsepower and 220 miles of range. It starts at a cool $185,000.

Cross Turismo:

- Taycan 4 Cross Turismo: A wagon version of the Taycan 4 with more cargo space and slightly less range 215 miles. It starts at $93,700.

- Taycan 4S Cross Turismo: Combines the power of the Taycan 4S with the practicality of the Cross Turismo body style. It starts at $110,300 and offers 215 miles of range.

- Taycan GTS Sport Turismo: Similar to the Taycan GTS sedan, but with a wagon body style. It starts at $133,300 and offers 248 miles of range.

- Taycan Turbo Cross Turismo: The ultimate Taycan wagon, with 670 horsepower and 215 miles of range. It starts at $153,500.

- Taycan Turbo S Cross Turismo: The most powerful and luxurious Taycan wagon, with 750 horsepower and 220 miles of range. It starts at $187,600.

In addition to the Taycan, Porsche also offers two plug-in hybrid models: the Cayenne E-Hybrid and the Panamera E-Hybrid. These models combine a gasoline engine with an electric motor for a total of up to 680 horsepower and a range of up to 56 miles on electric power alone.

No matter which model you choose, you're sure to enjoy the thrill of driving a Porsche EV. These cars offer incredible performance, luxurious interiors, and advanced technology. So, if you're looking for a high-performance EV that's sure to turn heads, Porsche is the way to go.

How much do Porsche EVs cost?+

The price of a Porsche EV can vary quite a bit depending on the specific model and its trim level. Currently, Porsche only offers one fully electric model, the Taycan, but it comes in several different versions with varying price points.

Here's a breakdown of the starting MSRP for each Taycan model:

- Taycan: $86,750

- Taycan 4S: $105,650

- Taycan GTS: $132,450

- Taycan Turbo: $150,950

- Taycan Turbo S: $185,950

As you can see, there's a significant range in price from the base Taycan to the top-of-the-line Turbo S. Keep in mind that these are just starting prices, and the final cost of your Porsche EV will go up depending on the options you choose. Some popular options that can add to the price include:

- Larger wheels

- Performance upgrades

- Interior upgrades, such as leather seats and a panoramic sunroof

- Advanced driver-assistance features

For example, if you were to add a few of these options to a Taycan 4S, you could easily see the price climb to over $120,000.

It's also important to note that the prices I've listed are for the US market. Prices may vary slightly in other countries.

Here are some resources where you can learn more about the Porsche Taycan and its pricing:

- Porsche Taycan website: Link

- Car and Driver 2024 Porsche Taycan Review: Link

What is the range of Porsche EVs?+

The range of Porsche EVs varies depending on the specific model and its configuration. Here's a breakdown:

All-electric Porsche Taycan:

- 201 – 246 miles 323 – 396 km EPA estimated range, depending on model and battery size.

- 410 km - 580 km real-world range, again depending on factors like weather, driving style, and terrain.

Plug-in hybrid Porsche models:

- Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid: Up to 40-56 km 25-35 miles electric range.

- Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid: Up to 54 km 34 miles electric range.

Future prospects:

- Porsche is researching technologies like silicon anodes that could significantly increase EV range, potentially exceeding 807 miles 1,300 km in the future.

Here are some additional details to keep in mind:

- Real-world range can be lower than EPA estimates, especially in cold weather or with aggressive driving.

- Porsche offers different battery sizes and configurations for some models, which can affect range.

- Driving style and road conditions also play a role in range.

How long does it take to charge a Porsche EV?+

The charging time for a Porsche EV depends on several factors, including:

- Specific Porsche model: Different Porsche EVs have different battery sizes and charging capabilities. For example, the Porsche Taycan has a 71 kWh or 83.7 kWh battery and can charge at a maximum of 225 kW with a DC fast charger, while the Macan EV has a 95 kWh battery and can charge at a maximum of 100 kW.

- Charger type: There are three main types of EV chargers: Level 1 standard wall outlet), Level 2 (240-volt charger), and Level 3 (DC fast charger. Level 1 charging is the slowest, taking 43 hours to fully charge a Taycan, while Level 2 charging is much faster, taking around 9 hours. Level 3 DC fast charging is the fastest option, taking about 22.5 minutes to charge a Taycan from 10% to 80%.

- Battery's starting charge level: Charging from 0% to 100% will naturally take longer than charging from 50% to 100%.

- Ambient temperature: Extreme temperatures can affect charging speed.

Here are some specific examples of charging times for Porsche EVs:

- Porsche Taycan:

- Level 1 charger: 43 hours 0% to 100%

- Level 2 charger: 9 hours 0% to 100%

- DC fast charger: 22.5 minutes 10% to 80%

- Porsche Macan EV:

- Level 1 charger: 58 hours 0% to 100%

- Level 2 charger: 12 hours 0% to 100%

- DC fast charger: 35 minutes 10% to 80%

Overall, Porsche EVs offer fast charging times compared to many other EVs, especially using a DC fast charger. However, the specific charging time for your Porsche EV will depend on the factors mentioned above.

What are the maintenance requirements for a Porsche EV?+

Owning a Porsche EV like the Taycan brings the joy of electric performance without the hassle of traditional gas car maintenance. While you'll skip oil changes and spark plug replacements, some key maintenance items ensure your Porsche EV runs smoothly and efficiently. Here's a breakdown:

Scheduled Maintenance:

- Every 2 years / 20,000 miles: This includes inspections of wiper blades, tires, headlights, brake system, water drain for the charging socket, and more. Additionally, you'll get pollen and cabin air filter replacements.

- Every 4 years / 40,000 miles: This adds in-depth brake system inspection with wheel removal, underbody panel inspection, steering gear and axle joint checks, and a visual leak inspection.

Additional Maintenance:

- Battery Checks: Regular ideally annual battery inspections by a certified Porsche technician are crucial to maintain optimal performance and longevity.

- Brake Fluid Replacement: Though EVs use regenerative braking, brake fluid still needs changing approximately every 2 years for safety.

- Coolant System Maintenance: Your Porsche EV might have a thermal management system that requires coolant checks and potential maintenance.

- Tire Rotation and Alignment: EVs are heavier, so tire rotations every 5,000-10,000 miles and alignments every 15,000 miles are recommended for even wear and better range.

- Cabin Air Filter: Ideally, replace the cabin air filter every 20,000 miles or 2 years for optimal air quality inside.

Resources:

- Porsche Scheduled Maintenance Plan: Link

- Porsche Taycan Service Intervals: Link

- Porsche EV Maintenance Guide: Link

Does Porsche offer any tax credits or incentives for purchasing an EV?+

Unfortunately, as of today, December 28, 2023, Porsche itself does not offer any direct tax credits or incentives for purchasing an EV. However, there are still ways to save money when buying a Porsche EV:

Federal EV Tax Credit: While Porsche no longer qualifies for the full $7,500 federal tax credit due to its vehicles currently being assembled outside of North America, binding contracts signed before August 16, 2022, still qualify for the full credit. It's worth checking with your local Porsche dealership if you had a pre-order or binding contract before this date.

State and Local Incentives: Many states and cities offer their own EV incentives, including tax credits, rebates, and exemptions. The availability and type of incentives vary greatly, so it's crucial to research what's available in your area. Check resources like the Drive Electric website or your state's government website for detailed information.

Dealer Negotiations: Although tax credits may be limited, you can still potentially negotiate a better deal with the dealership, especially if they have inventory they're looking to move. Consider factors like rebates for trade-ins, financing options, and potential bonus offers.

Consider Leasing: While leasing doesn't directly translate to financial savings, it can offer lower monthly payments compared to financing. Additionally, some lease deals may include manufacturer-backed incentives or rebates.

Remember, research and comparison are key. Explore different Porsche EV models, including the Taycan and Macan EV, check available incentives, and negotiate with dealerships to find the best deal possible.

What is the warranty on a Porsche EV?+

Porsche offers specific warranties for their electric vehicles EVs), which differ slightly from their warranties for internal combustion engine (ICE vehicles. Here's a breakdown:

General Warranty:

- 4-year/unlimited mileage New Vehicle Warranty: This covers all manufacturing defects in the vehicle, including the battery.

- 2-year Porsche Assistance service: Provides roadside assistance and towing services.

Battery Warranty:

- 8-year/160,000 km Battery Capacity Warranty: This ensures the battery will maintain a minimum capacity of:

- 100% for the first 3 years or 60,000 km.

- 80% for the next 3 years or 60,000 km years 4-6, km 60,001-120,000.

- 70% for the remaining 2 years or 40,000 km years 7-8, km 120,001-160,000.

Additional Points:

- The warranty applies to the first original owner of the Porsche EV.

- You can find detailed information about the warranty in the vehicle's owner's manual or by contacting your local Porsche dealership.

- Porsche also offers extended warranties and service plans for purchase after the initial warranty period expires.

Here are some helpful resources for you:

- Porsche Warranty Conditions: Link

- Porsche New Vehicle Warranty Battery Electric Vehicles Only: Link

- Porsche Warranty: Link

Where can I learn more about Porsche EVs?+

There are many resources available to learn more about Porsche EVs! Here are a few suggestions:

- The Porsche website: This is the best place to start, as it has all the official information about Porsche's EV lineup, including specs, features, and pricing. You can also find brochures, videos, and other multimedia content on the website.

- Car reviews: There are many car reviews of Porsche EVs available online and in print. These reviews can give you a good sense of what the cars are like to drive, and they can also highlight any pros and cons. Some popular car review websites include Car and Driver, Motor Trend, and Edmunds.

- YouTube channels: There are a number of YouTube channels that focus on electric cars, and many of them have featured Porsche EVs. These channels can be a great way to learn about the cars in a more visual way, and you can also see them being driven in different conditions. Some popular YouTube channels for electric cars include Fully Charged, WhatCar?, and Doug Demuro.

- Forums and social media: There are a number of forums and social media groups dedicated to Porsche EVs. These can be a great way to connect with other Porsche EV owners and enthusiasts, and you can ask questions and get advice. Some popular forums include the Porsche Club of America forum and the Tesla Motors Club forum.