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Porsche Taycan Turbo S’ 192-Mile Range Makes It The Least Efficient EV In The Market


Today, EPA published its official ratings for its Porsche Taycan Turbo S and as anticipated, it’s even less efficient compared to the Turbo.

As stated by the Environmental Protection Agency, the flagship variant of the electric Porsche Taycan provides a driving range of 192 kilometers (308 km) from its 93.4 kWh lithium pack, 9 less compared to Taycan Turbo that made headlines every month with its unsatisfactory performance on that issue.

Related: 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo Gets A Disappointing EPA Range Of 201 Miles

However, the inadequate efficiency score is probably a direct result of the Taycan’s performance goals, as Porsche wanted to create more of a suitable electric sports car and not as much of a conventional luxury four-door.

Even the Porsche Taycan Turbo S can also be ranked at 68 MPGe united, making it officially the cheapest electric vehicle in the US now, dropping behind more bulky electric SUV versions like the Tesla Model X Performance (79 MPGe) along with the Audi E-Tron (74 MPGe). The Tesla Model S, potentially the most comparable EV into the Taycan now, scores an MPGe.

After all, those following a 750 HP electric Porsche may not be that interested in its own efficiency; especially the people who will shell out $187,610 to the privilege of possessing one. So far the majority of the reviews paint a picture of an electric vehicle that’s on course and on public street, offering its performance again and again, contrary to fast EVs available on the market.

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