After months, if not years, the Porsche Taycan will finally be presented to the public on September 4th.
The event, which will be livestreamed, will occur simultaneously in three different cities, in has many countries. Indeed, Canada, China and of course, Germany, will be the host of this world launch.
Mark Webber, who quit his professional racing career in 2016, will be one of the hosts at the unveiling. The Porsche special representative who’s been linked with the project since its inception has shown the capabilities of the Taycan during this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK.
Recently, we talked about the “Fully Charged” YouTube channel’s attempt, with a pre-production Taycan, to accelerate from 0–200 km/h almost 30 consecutive times. The car didn’t without skipping a beat and Porsche confirms that the “average acceleration times documented were just under ten seconds.”
The Porsche Taycan can reach 100 km/h from standstill in less than 3.5 seconds and has a top speed of 250 km/h. Three trims will be offered on the Porsche, Taycan, Taycan 4S and Taycan Turbo. The base version will come with a battery pack of around 90 kWh and no range was given at this time.
The Porsche Taycan will be unveiled on September 4th, during a livestream, and should hit the market by the end of the year.