The 2021 Porsche Taycan Turbo Cross Turismo is the higher-performance version of the Cross Turismo 4 and 4S. Although they look nearly the same from the outside as the so-called "base models," speed freaks will instantly be drawn to the Turbo and Turbo S for very good reasons.
The Turbo S blasts to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds - only 0.1 seconds slower than the Taycan Turbo S sedan. Meanwhile, the Turbo will hit 60 mph 3.1 seconds. Total power output is very impressive. Both the Turbo and Turbo S have 616 hp each, but this increases thanks to Launch Control to a 670 hp and 750 hp, respectively.
The interior has additional space thanks to the longer roofline and wagon-like styling. Front and rear seat occupants have increased headroom and cargo capacity has improved. The rear seats, like in the sedan, continue to fold flat for even great interior flexibility.
From the outside, the entire Taycan Cross Turismo lineup boasts an extended and flatter roofline. Ride height has also increased and there's additional body cladding. A set of 20-inch wheels are standard and 21-inch wheels are optional.
Pricing for the Turbo and Turbo S models has not been announced at this time, though it's expected they'll cost around $1,500 more than their counterpart sedan variants, meaning well over $100,000. Sales will get underway this summer in dealerships across the US.
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