Porsche needed to include this entry-level model to make the Taycan more appealing to a larger audience. It’s still not cheap with an MSRP just shy of $80,000, but it is $20,000 less expensive than the previous entry-level model. The performance figures aren’t quite as spectacular, as it takes 5.1 seconds to reach 60 mph, but due to the power delivery of an EV, it feels faster. Standard specification is almost precisely the same as on the 4S, so the only thing you’re giving up on is the additional performance and range. The base Taycan should be perfect for those who want something with a Porsche badge, but not necessarily the manic performance of the 4S and Turbo models.
Ambient Lighting, Ionizer, Surround View, Front Seat Ventilation, Fixed Panoramic Roof in Glass, LED-Matrix Design Headlights w/PDLS+, 14-Way Power Seats w/Memory Package, Lane Change Assist (LCA), Storage Package, BOSE Surround Sound System