The Taycan Sport Turismo will be a lowered sportier version of the Cross Turismo.
A GTS trimmed Porsche is always about performance.
The expansion of the Taycan lineup continues.
The Porsche Taycan has potential beyond comprehension at this point in history. Many will point out that it’s following in the Panamera’s footsteps and though this may be true, all-electric all-excellent Taycan is set for the future. And in its future, a GTS trim and a Sport Turismo GTS will be added to the collection.
From the moment the Taycan was revealed, it seemed obvious that it was destined for more versions, trims, and body styles. The Cross Turismo, officially introduced nearly three months ago, was only the beginning as a Sport Turismo now seems confirmed as well.
Apparently, a Porsche shopper noticed these two new models on the salesman’s computer screen. Motor1 reports that the information was quickly shared on the TaycanForum only to be removed shortly thereafter. By then, it was too late.
The GTS trim is typically the ideal crossroads between grand touring and performance enhancements for any given Porsche. In this case, we can assume that the Taycan GTS (and Sport Turismo GTS) will start life off as a 4S and will accordingly be upgraded.