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Porsche Delays Taycan Cross Turismo to Focus on Normal Taycan Models

Porsche Delays Taycan Cross Turismo to Focus on Normal Taycan Models
Porsche CEO Oliver Blume has announced that the automaker is delaying the Cross Turismo version of the Taycan electric sports car. Blume said the company isn’t canceling the project. The company just wants to focus their efforts on producing the regular Taycan models that are already available and have been extremely popular with both buyers and reviewers.
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This Prior Design Modified Porsche EV has Taycan Our Breath Away

This Prior Design Modified Porsche EV has Taycan Our Breath Away
Queue up the classic Berlin song from Top Gun and check out the latest vehicle from Prior Design. The gorgeous Porsche Taycan Turbo S by Prior Design will undoubtedly take your breath away. The most notable feature of the modified Taycan is the very racy looking widebody kit.
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2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo and Turbo S are Simply Electric

2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo and Turbo S are Simply Electric
If you’re of the mindset that electric cars are just heavy and fast in a straight line, Porsche wants to change your mind with the 2020 Taycan, a high-end sedan designed for performance. While Porsche plans to release a full line of Taycans, they’re starting out with the high-end models, the $150,900 Taycan Turbo and the $185,000 Taycan Turbo S.
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Porsche Taycan Zooms Silently Through a Nürburgring Record

Porsche Taycan Zooms Silently Through a Nürburgring Record
The 2020 Porsche Taycan has yet to make its way to dealerships, but it’s hotly anticipated as one of the best performing, and best looking pure electrics yet. As part of its pre-production testing, Porsche took a Taycan to the famed Nürburgring-Nordschleife to see what it could do.
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Porsche Expected to Double Taycan Production

Porsche Expected to Double Taycan Production
Porsche has a new EV coming that aims to compete against Tesla. The car is called the Taycan, and will be based on the Mission E concept seen here. A new report says that Porsche will double production from the originally-planned 20,000 units per year up to 40,000 per year.
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