Can you say wide?
The Porsche Taycan, the German auto manufacturer's first all-electric sports car, has enjoyed good success across the globe and has paved the way for more electric Porsche cars to come. For 2021, Porsche has upgraded the Taycan with a slew of new standard parts that include a color head-up display and other over-the-air upgrades that have resulted inimproved performance. So how do you make such a well-rounded package even better? You tune it of course! Prior Design, which has created beauties such as this Audi R8, has gotten its claws on a Taycan and the results speak for themselves.
The Taycan in stock form is already something to behold, but with a few tweaks, Prior Design has turned the ordinary into a GT-style race car, and we love it. The German tuning house is the first company we know of to manufacture parts specifically for the Taycan. The kit you see here has cleary widened the body of the Porsche. Thanks to the use of over-fenders, the EV looks like it wants to punch people in the face. The kit widens the stance of the car by 60 mm in the front, and 100 mm in the rear but the scary part is that customers will have to be willing to cut into the bodywork to fit the kit. The side profile is toughened up with a set of side skirts, and the rear is now home to a massive GT-style wing.
Prior Design has gone as far as to design a custom set of 22-inch wheels to go with the kit, and we think it looks stunning. For those who like the look of this kit, but don't want to go as hardcore, Prior Design is planning an "entry-level" kit that will do without the over-fenders, and will work more closely with the car's natural lines. This is perfect for those who don't care for chopping up their cars. Prices are available on request.