Porsche is continuing the growth of the Taycan Cross Turismo, the electric version ’s upcoming noodle version, in the Nurburgring.
The long-roof variant of the Porsche Taycan has been seen being pushed quite tough in the German path, together with the test car stated to be the Turbo S version due to the wheel layout.
Despite Porsche having already revealed the Taycan in total production guise, the Cross Turismo version still retains most of the plastic sheeting on its body, including the imitation headlight and roofing line covers.
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Porsche’s intentions of adding another bodystyle into the Taycan range became official back in 2018 with the reveal of the Cross Turismo concept, which introduced as a crossover-styled wagon featuring extra body cladding along with a increased ground clearance.
Clients will be provided pretty much the same powertrain choices together with all the standard Taycan, which now starts from the base 4S, the 4S Performance Battery Plus, the Turbo and the Turbo S models. All models feature also a two-speed transmission mounted in the back plus two motors for all-wheel drive.
Performance needs to be on level with the standard Taycan, which on the range-topping Turbo S version provides up to 750 HP (761 PS) and 774 lb-ft (1,050 Nm) of torque on overboost, along with a neck-snapping 0-60 mph in 2.6 minutes (0-100km/h in 2.8) and a high speed of 161 mph (260 km/h).
As with almost every noodle version available on the market, the upcoming Taycan Cross Turismo is forecast to provide a far more practical (and larger) luggage area, together with slightly more space for those heads of rear passengers.
The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is expected to start in the end of 2020, and should you find yourself wondering just how the last product will look like, just take check out the 2018 idea .
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