Tag: Porsche Taycan

Opinion: Neck-Snapping Acceleration Isn’t Enough To Make Electric Cars Feel Exciting

The first time you fully stomp your foot to the floor in a really quick electric car is a revelatory experience. The way even a fairly ordinary EV like a Hyundai Kona Electric jumps forward without any hesitation can’t fail to leave you impressed. And in something like a Tesla Model 3 Performance or, better […]

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Zyrus Engineering Gives The Porsche Taycan Some Extra Aggression

<!––> <!––> Zyrus Engineering has become the latest aftermarket tuner to release a custom bodykit for the Porsche Taycan Turbo S. When it leaves the factory, the Taycan Turbo S doesn’t look much different than lesser variants. That’s where the Zyrus kit comes in as it adds some aggression to the Turbo S without going […]

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Porsche Panamera Could Survive Into A Third Generation

The Porsche Panamera could survive into a third generation, despite the company’s transition to electric vehicles. Porsche has been selling the second-generation Panamera since 2017 and will stop producing it in 2024. It competes in a similar class to the all-electric Taycan but according to company boss Oliver Blume, that doesn’t mean the two can’t […]

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1,022 HP Twin-Turbo C8 Corvette Proves Itself Against A Porsche Taycan Turbo

With the ability to sprint off the line and hit 60 mph (96 km/h) in under 3 seconds, the C8 Corvette Stingray is a serious performance car. Despite this, the owner of a C8 has comprehensively modified her car and made it much quicker than stock. Featured in a video from Hoonigan, this Corvette is […]

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2020 Porsche Taycan Gets Free Software Update, But It Requires Visiting The Dealer

Porsche is offering new functions for the 2020 Taycan, including some that debuted in the 2021 model year, via a free software update that is currently being released. However, this isn’t an over-the-air (OTA) update as it actually requires paying a visit to the dealer, subsequent to being contracted by or contacting Porsche. The process […]

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TechArt Revisits The Porsche Taycan, Gives It A Custom Interior

Most of us can probably agree that the cockpit of the Porsche Taycan is anything but bland. TechArt begs to differ, so they have released a few upgrades that make it more vibrant. The electric sedan pictured combines perforated leather and jet-black Alcantara in a honeycomb structure. The steering wheel features a similar makeover and […]

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Porsche Taycan Could Spawn Additional Variants Including A More Traditional Wagon

The Porsche Taycan lineup expanded earlier today as the company introduced the all-new Taycan Cross Turismo. However, the lineup could grow even further as Taycan product chief Stefan Weckbach has revealed additional variants are under consideration. Speaking to Autocar, Weckbach said the company is considering a less off-road focused version of the Cross Turismo. It […]

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