Most people who give their opinions on the latest automobiles are journalists who have little to no experience that is racing. In this case, however, the guy who grabbed the helm of this Porsche Taycan Turbo S is Andy Pilgrima pro racing driver who put it through its paces at the NCM Motorsports Park in Kentucky.
His close encounter of the third kind with the German four-door electric supercar began with a high speed evaluation. Ask Porsche what it could do, and they’ll tell you 161 miles (260 km/h) will be your limit. Then came a 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) evaluation, which takes 2.6 seconds based on this spec sheet and finally, the model proved it’therefore a proper drag racer by having its quarter-mile time listed with a third party apparatus.
Subsequently to those tests, the Taycan Turbo S was subjected to a quick timed lap of the trail. This is the place the point where front and rear electric motors got to unleash the entire torque and output, which stands at 750 HP (761 PS / / 550 kW) and 774 lb-ft (1,050 Nm). Mounted between the 2 axles for optimal weight reduction, the 93.4 kWh lithium battery package gives it an EPA-rated assortment of 192 miles (309 km), and can be charged up to 80 percent in 22.5 minutes, at a 270 kW charger, and 36 minutes at 150 kW. In a 240V outlet, you’ll have to wait 11 hours.
Besides demonstrating what the Porsche can perform on the course, Pilgrim spoke about the design features, practicality passenger compartment and so on, so this is a review. But was he impressed with Porsche’s electrical sports sedan?
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