It's certainly attention-grabbing.
The Porsche Taycan is not just one of the best luxury electric vehicles out there, but it is also by far one of the prettiest. Its sleek lines and subtle hints of performance are stunning, but not everybody thinks it's perfect. Mansory got its hands on one, and so did a company called Vivid Racing. Both are surprisingly attractive, but some people want something a little more attention-grabbing. Enter RevoZport, a tuning company that has transitioned from building wild Mercedes-AMGs to putting some unique flavor on electric vehicles like the Tesla Model 3, and now it has unveiled its 911 GT3 RS-inspired Taycan.
This kit creates what RevoZport calls the Taycan GT-Z and has the goal of carrying Porsche heritage from other models, particularly the track-focused 911 GT3 RS. Not just any GT3 RS, at that, but the forthcoming 992 generation, which is where inspiration for the swan-neck style rear wing came from, while the rear diffuser valance was inspired by that of the 918 Spyder hypercar. You also get a front splitter with side blades and dive planes on the bumper. Side skirt extensions are fitted too, but too much aero is bad for drag, especially if it's not functional and more so when you're fitting it to an electric car. RevoZport says it has accounted for this and designed its kit for touring to avoid compromising range.
To finish off the look, forged wheels are offered with or without turbine covers, or 'aerodiscs'. The tuner doesn't provide much information on these wheels, but it appears that these multi-piece split wheels. Nothing changes for the interior or performance, but we're sure that tuners will eventually begin finding ways of enhancing the latter. In any case, the end product looks amazing, although we do admit that it won't be to everyone's taste. Pricing and availability have not been announced, but no Porsche kit is ever cheap. Still, if you want even more radical changes to your Porsche EV, another company can offer you a widebody kit with even more GT3 RS-inspired design cues.