Porsche Taycan clocks 20,000 pre-order options

2019 Porsche Taycan electric orders

Porsche Taycan production model confirmed for September debut

The first purely electrically powered sports auto from Porsche, the Taycan, is enjoying significant attention worldwide.

Since then, we've had a succession of teases and snippets from Porsche as the Mission E turns in to the Porsche Taycan for production, but we still haven't seen the final production version.

Officially announced that the premiere of the conveyor modifications elektrosetey will be held in September.

"The overwhelming interest in the Taycan shows us that our customers and fans are just as excited about the first Porsche electric athlete as we are - and we've therefore increased our production capacities", said Detlev von Platen, Member of the Executive Board for Sales and Marketing at Porsche AG.

2019 Porsche Taycan electric orders

Porsche had previously planned to make 20,000 Taycan vehicles per year. But right now we're awaiting the start of production before we talk about specific delivery times. Porsche has said that should cut the 0-60 miles per hour time to under 3.5 seconds, but hasn't given a specific figure.

This being a Porsche, the Taycan will deliver strong performance, EV or no. According to NEDC, the maximum range is over 500 kilometres, and thanks to the vehicle's 800-volt architecture, charging energy for 100 kilometres takes about four minutes at a corresponding high power charging station. While that was nothing more than a rumor, Porsche has since confirmed plans to boost Taycan production, though the company didn't disclose exact figures.

It is already known that Taycan will be a version in the station wagon under the name of Taycan Cross Tourismo. In addition, talking about a possible setting for electric cars, less powerful, and hence more available power plants.

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