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Porsche Taycan Turbo Tech Specs

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Price in the United States of America (USD)
Base Price (MSRP) Destination Charge Effective Price
$160,800 $1,650 $162,450

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Price in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (GBP)
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Price in Germany (EUR)
Preis inkl. MwSt. Umweltbonus Effective Price
164.420 € 164.420 €

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Battery Capacity Gross/Useable 93.4​/​83.7 kWh

Range (WLTP) 452 km 280.9 mi

Minimal Consumption (WLTP) 22.9 kWh/100 km 36.9 kWh/100 mi

Acceleration 0-100 km/h 3.2 s

Acceleration 0-60 mph 3 s

Performance Specs

  • Power: compare 500 kW (670 hp)
  • Torque: compare 850 Nm 627 lb-ft
  • Number of Engines: 2
  • Drive: compare 4x4
  • Acceleration 0-60 mph: compare 3 s
  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: compare 3.2 s
  • Acceleration 0-62 mph: 3.2 s
  • Acceleration 0-160 km/h: compare 6.9 s
  • Acceleration 0-100 mph: 6.9 s
  • Acceleration 0-200 km/h: compare 10.1 s
  • Top Speed: compare 260 km/h 162 mph
  • Quarter Mile (402.3 m): compare 10.7 s
  • Nürburgring Short: 00:07:42.340

Nürburgring lap: pre-production Taycan Turbo

Official Range and Energy Consumption (Combined)

  • WLTP Range (TEL*): compare 452 km 280.9 mi
  • WLTP Range (TEH*): 383 km 238 mi
  • WLTP Consumption (TEL*): compare 22.9 kWh/100 km 36.9 kWh/100 mi
  • WLTP Consumption (TEH*): 26.6 kWh/100 km 42.8 kWh/100 mi
  • Petrol/Gasoline equivalent: 2.58 l/100 km 91.5 MPGe

* TEL (Test Energy Low) indicates the lowest values (most economical) with the lightest set of options
TEH (Test Energy High) indicates the highest values (least economical) with the heaviest set of options


  • Battery Type: Lithium-ion
  • Battery Capacity Gross: compare 93.4 kWh
  • Battery Capacity Useable: compare 83.7 kWh

Dimensions and Weights

  • Body Type: Sedan/Limousine
  • Length: compare 4963 mm 195.39 in
  • Width: compare 1966 mm 77.4 in
  • Height: compare 1381 mm 54.37 in
  • Wheelbase: 2900 mm 114.17 in
  • Weight: compare 2380 kg 5247 lbs
  • Max Payload: 575 kg 1268 lbs
  • Weight Distr. Front/Rear: 50/50 %
  • Trunk / Boot Space: compare 366 l 12.9 ft3
  • Frunk Space: compare84 l 3 ft3
  • Max Roof Load: 75 kg 165 lbs
  • Ground Clearance: compare 127 mm 5 in
  • Min Turning Circle (curb-curb): compare 11.7 m 38.4 ft
  • Tire Standard: 245/45 R20
  • Rear Tire Standard: 285/40 R20
  • Seats max.: 4


  • AC On-Board Charger Standard: 11 kW
  • AC On-Board Charger Optional: 22 kW
  • DC Fast Charging: compare 270 kW
  • DC Charge Port: CCS
  • Charge Port Location: AC/DC Front Right, AC Front Left (Optional)

AC Charging Times (home, work, hotel)

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The maximum on-board charger power of the Porsche Taycan Turbo is 11 kW, optional charger 22 kW.
All figures in the table above are assumed approximate values under optimal conditions.

DC Fast Charging Times

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The maximum fast charging power of the Porsche Taycan Turbo is 270 kW.
All figures in the table above are assumed approximate values under optimal conditions.


  • Platform: J1
  • Dedicated EV Platform: Yes
  • Drag Coefficient Cd: compare 0.22

Safety - Crash Tests

Porsche Taycan Pros and Cons

  • profile photo of user libor&wheels libor&wheels CZ

    Genuine Porsche with some stupid flaws 9.6

    owner review of Porsche Taycan 4S 2020

    • Driving experience. It is a pleasure to drive this car. Do you hear me? A pleasure. I am driving the latest BMW M5 Competition alongside, and I am telling you, driving Tycan is the experience you don't forget. The car is precise and responsive; it is also communicative. Again. No joke. I love it. And the Porsche Sound is the best EV sound out there. Period. 

    • Design. I don't care they say it's a subjective topic. Taycan is one of the sleekest cars ever. The design is gorgeous. Clean, elegant, yet sportive and aggressive. People give this car the gaze I have never experienced in any other vehicle. Even Ferrari looks like a child's drawing compared to Taycan flawless curves. 

    • Cockpit layout and design. It is fine. The layout is just ok, and the design is as well. I feel cozy inside; the driving position is almost perfect, and the fact that some minor control elements hide behind the steering wheel wreath is nothing to worry about. 

    • Two-speed gearbox and acceleration. I will be honest with you. I have never really understood the acceleration orgy. There are millions of videos on YouTube where people shout their voices out in reaction to EV acceleration. Surprise. The electric motor has an immediate onset of power and brutal efficiency. That gives you instant energy whenever you need it, which makes the car very safe. Yes, safe. If you can handle the EGO, you can control the power and get safely out of many dangerous situation

    • Range. Tesla is better. Let's be honest. But I don't care. Supposing it's cold outside, the range for a fully charged battery drops to 400 kilometers. In summer, it easily exceeds 500 km. The range decreases rapidly if you floor the pedal and go like 150 km/h on a highway. But on a single charge, combining highway and ordinary road plus some city driving, you can make 350+ km. And that is enough for my daily needs. 

    • Rearview camera. I suspect that back In the year 2000, VW Group ordered 500 million parking cameras with a resolution of 480 x 320 px and refused to place a new order since the original cameras were out of stock. Bad luck for us; they still sit there. So Taycan rearview camera is so shitty you can sometimes hardly recognize the objects behind the car. And the fact they added a washer next to the camera cannot ease the disappointment. 

    • The safety features and so-called auto pilot. Ridiculous. Only the lane change system works just fine. Active lane-keeping is a piece of crap. Adaptive cruise control is just a bit better. Even setting up and controlling the cruise control is complicated and stupid. If you need your Taycan to keep you precisely in the middle of the lane, it often can't do it properly. The saddest thing is that the same crap safety package software and hardware are transferred from VW to Audi to Porsche. 

    • Parking sensors. Do you remember those early days of parking sensors that beeped somewhat randomly instead of operating based on the proximity to the obstacle? In many ways, the Taycan sensors behave the same way. Compared to my M5 sensors and surround view, those Porsche's little bastards seem like a joke. Maybe the same guy responsible for the rearview cameras is in charge of parking sensors, either. 

    • Infotainment. Is in one word mockery. It is slow and buggy. The graphic, even after 2022 mega update, feels embarrassing. Auto-connecting smartphones are nothing less than a pain in the ass, and switching from one driver's profile to another is virtually impossible. The simple stuff doesn't work here seamlessly. Don't get me wrong. You can control and operate your car, but I believe in Porsche, it should be pleasant. And right now it is not. 

    • Build quality. I currently have about 15,000 miles on it and unfortunately it confirms to me that Porsche is not a car company that can produce a perfect interior. The larger plastic pieces are starting to pull away slightly in some places and the seats creak slightly when buckled. 

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  • profile photo of user QuietCanvas QuietCanvas US

    2021 Porsche Taycan 4S 9.3

    owner review of Porsche Taycan 4S 2021

    • Extraordinarily fast charging at Electrify America chargers

    • Acceleration continues pulling well over 100mph

    • Superior styling

    • Infinite customization of the Taycan with various cosmetic and performance options

    • Sporty, refined driving experience 

    • Excellent highway stability

    • Good sound system (Bose)

    • Quiet and refined at high speed

    • Variable suspension/ride height makes for a more practical daily driver

    • Reliable

    • Better than expected storage

    • Great acceleration 

    • Range is much better than EPA ratings

    • Exceptional build quality 

    • Decent lane keeping

    • Infotainment and software is mediocre compared to EV rivals

    • Mobile app experience is mediocre, connectivity is unreliable 

    • Some software updates require going to the dealership and can, in some cases, take several days

    • Very expensive depending on options

    • Screen and infotainment layout is unintuitive 

    • Software updates are not as frequent or as impactful compared to EV rivals

    • Less reliable charging network than the Tesla Supercharging Network

    • Camera quality is lacking given the price

    • Weight of the vehicle can be felt on tight turns

    • Wireless charger is only for one device, hard to use, and very slow

    • Battery preconditioning requires built-in navigation to trigger and cannot be manually overridden

    • Can be awkward to get in and out if the vehicle 

    • No Android Auto on the 2021 year Taycan. 

    • Center console storage is awkward to use

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All Pros and Cons from 4 Porsche Taycan Owner's reviews/test-drives

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