Porsche Taycan production version set for September unveiling

The Porsche Taycan

Porsche Taycan production model confirmed for September debut

Promised that the sedan will receive two electric motors with total capacity of over 600 HP and can accelerate to 100 km/h in less than 3.5 seconds - that is, the dynamics will be quite comparable to the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. Yet now we know that we are talking about not one, but two battery variants. That's more optimistic than the US' EPA tests, so we're expecting something in the mid-200s on that cycle. Therefore, we are increasing our production capacity.

Porsche is parent Volkswagen's most profitable brand and its success is vital for the group to pull off the industry's most aggressive push into electric vehicles.

Over 20,000 people have made a reservation of around $2,800 for the vehicle, Porsche said, which will arrive by the end of 2019. That could include the loan of a different auto. But right now we're awaiting the start of production before we talk about specific delivery times. The Taycan is expected to start around $90,000, according to The Drive.

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Although it is not yet possible to pre-order the Porsche Taycan, buying interest can be measured by registrations in the option mentioned above, that requires a 2,500 euro deposit. Pricing for the longer-range version has not been confirmed, nor specifications of each model. After the start of production of the electric auto Porsche will take up the extension of the family.

While Porsche isn't unfamiliar with its new cars building lengthy wait-lists in advance of sales, Taycan interest has been a level above.

Porsche's first electric vehicle - will debut in production guise in September, with more than 20,000 orders before its starts.

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