In November 2022, the 100,000th Taycan rolled off the production line at the Porsche headquarters in Zuffenhausen. The milestone car left the assembly line around three years after production first started in September 2019. Three months earlier, in August 2022, production for the 2023 model year had already commenced, with a whole range of improvements for the Taycan sports sedan, Taycan Cross Turismo and Taycan Sport Turismo. A number of driver assistance systems, such as Lane Change Assistant, can provide the driver with support in even more situations in future. The ParkAssist sensors now operate with a greater range. The search for available parking spaces has been improved as well, so that now even smaller spaces are offered to the driver as an option. Porsche has also extended the system limits of the optional Remote ParkAssist. There are now even more situations in which the latest Taycan model can be piloted into parking spaces remotely using a smartphone. You can find more visual details of the 2023 Porsche Taycan Turbo S Performance Kit gallery by scrolling up.
Functions on Demand (FOD) allows Taycan drivers to add what were previously different comfort and assistance systems following purchase and original configuration. One new FoD option is the keyless opening function (Porsche Entry) for the doors and tailgate. More Over-the-Air (OTA) software updates are also available.
Technical optimisations have already increased the range of the electric sports car for everyday use. For the ‘Normal’ and ‘Range’ driving modes in the all-wheel-drive models, the front electric motor is almost completely disconnected and de-energised in the partial load range. There is no drive torque on either of the axles when coasting and at a standstill. This reduces resistance in the drivetrain and power consumption, leaving more energy in the battery for additional kilometres of range per charge.
Due to a re-homologation, the increase in efficiency of the drivetrain is now also reflected by the WLTP consumption values. With a range of 513 kilometres in accordance with WLTP, the Taycan 4S is once again the version with the longest range in the series.
The Taycan Turbo S has set another benchmark: clocking a time of 7:33 minutes on the Nordschleife of the Nürburgring, it holds the record for the fastest series electric car.
Overview of the three body versions
The Taycan sports sedan was launched as the first representative of the model series at the end of 2019. With its purist design, it signals the start of a new era. At the same time, it retains the unmistakable Porsche design DNA. From the front, the electric sports car looks particularly broad and flat, with highly contoured wings. The silhouette is dominated by the sporty roof line sloping downwards to the rear, and the side section with its heavily sculptured appearance features the characteristic Porsche look. The cockpit also heralds this new era with its clear structure and a completely new architecture. The free-standing and curved instrument cluster forms the highest point on the dashboard. With Taycan, Taycan 4S, Taycan GTS, Taycan Turbo and Taycan Turbo S, there are now five different motor versions to choose from for the sports sedan. What’s more, the first two variants are also available with the Performance Battery and the Performance Battery Plus as optional extras, and the last four come with all-wheel drive.
The Taycan Cross Turismo features all the strengths that characterise the Taycan, such as a superior performance and long range. Added to this are additional headroom for rear-seat passengers and the maximum luggage compartment capacity of more than 1,200 litres behind the large tailgate. The standard all-wheel-drive chassis, with its air suspension, features height adjustment. The off-road design elements include wheel arch covers, distinctive lower sections at the front and rear, and side skirts. In combination with the Offroad Design package, special flaps are fitted at the corners of the front and rear bumpers and at the ends of the door sills of the Cross Turismo. These make for a striking exterior while also providing protection from stone impacts. The Taycan Cross Turismo was launched in summer 2021, with the programme encompassing four different motor versions from the Taycan 4 to the Taycan Turbo S.
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The Taycan Sport Turismo is the latest body variant, and has been available since February 2022. This derivative is aimed at people who wish to combine the suitability of the Taycan Cross Turismo for everyday use with the on-road dynamics of the sports sedan. The Taycan Sport Turismo shares the sporty silhouette, rearward-sloping roof line and functional design of the Taycan Cross Turismo. In contrast to its sibling model, the Taycan Sport Turismo foregoes any off-road design elements. It is also available with rear-wheel drive. This means that there are five different motor versions to choose from for the Sport Turismo – Taycan, Taycan 4S, Taycan GTS, Taycan Turbo and Taycan Turbo S.
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