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The new Porsche Taycan: improved in almost every discipline


Porsche has given the Taycan a particularly extensive update. The new versions have more power, more range, accelerate quicker and charge faster with greater stability.


Style Porsche has also sharpened the design and more strongly differentiated the Turbo models. All Taycan versions feature an even more extensive standard equipment list and come with the latest generation of the Porsche Driver Experience with an improved display and control concept.

All three body variants will feature the numerous modifications from the date of launch – the Taycan sports sedan, the versatile Taycan Cross Turismo, which is available with an off-road package, and the sporting-yet-practical Taycan Sport Turismo. In each case, four powertrain options are available, with rear- and all-wheel drive variants. The revised versions will arrive at Porsche Centres from the spring of 2024.


On the path to series production, development engineers and test drivers in camouflaged test cars have covered more than 3.6 million kilometres around the world to keep improving the first all-electric sports car from Porsche. The sports car manufacturer has produced almost 150,000 examples of the Taycan. The most important individual markets for the Taycan are currently the US, the UK, Germany and China.

“We ushered in the new era of e-mobility with the Taycan at the end of 2019. It immediately proved to be a game changer and innovative pioneer in the e-vehicle segment,” says head of the model line, Kevin Giek. “We are now continuing this success story with the extensively updated Taycan. The model line has reached new heights in terms of performance, with exceptional driving dynamics and driving pleasure. At the same time, we were able to significantly improve efficiency, range, day-to-day usability and comfort.”

Even higher performance

All updated models accelerate much faster than their predecessors. Two examples from both ends of the portfolio: as sports sedans, the Taycan and Taycan Turbo S reach the 100 km/h mark from a standstill in just 4.8 (Taycan: Electric power consumption* combined (WLTP) 20.0 – 16.7 kWh/100 km, CO₂ emissions* combined (WLTP) 0 g/km, Electric range* combined (WLTP) 503 – 678 km, Electric range* in town (WLTP) 569 – 821 km) and 2.4 seconds (Taycan Turbo S: Electric power consumption* combined (WLTP) 20.5 – 17.9 kWh/100 km, CO₂ emissions* combined (WLTP) 0 g/km, Electric range* combined (WLTP) 558 – 630 km, Electric range* in town (WLTP) 612 – 691 km) respectively. This makes them 0.6 and 0.4 seconds faster than their predecessors.

With the new push-to-pass function1 in the Sport Chrono package, a boost of up to 70 kW, depending on the model, can be called upon for 10 seconds at the touch of a button. The increased acceleration rates are generally the result of higher system output. For example, the base Taycan delivers 60 kW more than before. In the Taycan Turbo S, it’s an additional 140 kW with Launch Control. This increases the system output of the top model to 700 kW/952 PS.

More than 35 per cent more range compared to the predecessor

Depending on the body variant and engine, the WLTP range has increased to up to 678 km, an increase of 175 km or 35 per cent. The updated Taycan not only requires fewer charging stops on long trips than its predecessor, but it also recharges faster: at 800-volt DC charging stations, for example, it can be charged at up to 320 kW. That’s 50 kW more than before. The fast-charging window of the new performance battery has been significantly expanded. This means that charging capacities of more than 300 kW can be sustained for up to five minutes, and very high charging capacities can be achieved more quickly, even at low temperatures.

Depending on an individual’s driving style, among other variables, this can halve the time required to go from a 10 to an 80 per cent charge compared to the predecessor car. In the first-generation Taycan, the charging time from 10 to 80 per cent SOC at 15 degrees Celsius is 37 minutes. Under the same conditions, the updated Taycan takes just 18 minutes despite its larger battery capacity. The Performance Battery Plus now has a gross capacity of 105 kWh, increased from 93 kWh.

New active chassis

All updated Taycan models come with adaptive air suspension as standard. The new Porsche Active Ride suspension can be ordered as an option for the all-wheel drive versions. This system offers an unprecedented bandwidth between driving comfort and driving dynamics.

The suspension keeps the body of the Taycan level at all times, even during dynamic braking, steering and acceleration manoeuvres. With a smooth ride, the system absorbs bumps almost completely. In dynamic driving situations, the Porsche Active Ride suspension ensures an almost perfect connection to the road thanks to a balanced distribution of wheel loads. If the appropriate mode is activated, the suspension can compensate for pitching and rolling motions in order to reduce the acceleration forces acting on the occupants.

Extensive efficiency measures

The simultaneous improvement of performance and efficiency is down to a number of factors: an advanced powertrain with a new rear-axle motor with up to 80 kW more power than its predecessor on all models, a modified pulse inverter with optimised software, more powerful batteries, revised thermal management, a next-generation heat pump and a modified recuperation and all-wheel-drive strategy.

The maximum recuperation capacity during deceleration from high speeds has increased by more than 30 per cent from 290 to up to 400 kW. All variants now come as standard with aerodynamically optimised wheels and reduced-rolling-resistance tyres. New 21-inch wheels and tyres were specially developed for this purpose.

Significantly improved equipment with less weight

Although the models weigh up to 15 kilograms less2, the standard equipment is even more extensive than before. Ambient lighting, ParkAssist with reversing camera, electrically folding exterior mirrors with mirror surround lighting, heated front seats, Porsche Intelligent Range Manager (PIRM), heat pump with a new cooling system, smartphone tray for wireless charging, electric charging ports on the driver and front passenger sides, Drive Mode switch and Power Steering Plus are all now standard features.

The Taycan base models are now also equipped with adaptive air suspension and aluminium door sill protectors as standard. In addition to the upgraded equipment, the improved product specification includes a battery with increased capacity but with a reduced weight.

Even more attractive design

With new front- and rear-end styling with new headlights and tail lights, the experts at Style Porsche have further honed the clean, purist design of the Taycan. The new front wings and the flatter headlights give even greater emphasis to the width of the Taycan.

The new headlights feature high-resolution HD matrix technology with detailed optics and now display the brand’s characteristic four-point graphics at night. The Porsche logo in the rear light strip features a three-dimensional, glass-look design. An illuminated version of this is available for the first time, featuring welcome/leaving animations.

Among other notable features, the accent colour Turbonite makes the Turbo and Turbo S models stand out more distinctively from the other versions in both the exterior and interior.

Updated control and display concept

The instrument cluster, central display and optional passenger display feature an optimised user interface with additional functions. The mode switch on the steering wheel now comes as standard. For Taycan models equipped with the Sport Chrono package and the Performance Battery Plus, there is a special push-to-pass button on the mode switch.

Using the new control lever on the left behind the steering wheel, control of the driver assistance systems is even more intuitive. Apple CarPlay has been more deeply integrated into the vehicle displays and functions. The new In-Car Video function enables video streaming on the central display and the passenger display.

1Possible in combination with the Performance Battery Plus. Not available for 2WD models of the Taycan and Taycan Sport Turismo or the Taycan 4 Cross Turismo.

2Specifications for the Taycan Turbo compared to its predecessor.

Via Porsche.


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Molto bene, il lavoro di affinamento di Porsche continua, dopo 150,000 esemplari venduti, dimostrando che con le EV non si nasce imparati. I vari Maserati neanche hanno iniziato. 


Finalmente hanno anche sbloccato la velocità di ricarica come promesso al lancio salendo verso i 300 kW, anche se onestamente con le NMC 811 di LG Chem avrei piuttosto ridotto dai 270 kW. Le Lucid con le LG CHEM e capacità di carica a 300 kW hanno preso fuoco già prima di uscire dalle linee di produzione in fabbrica e Lucid saggiamente ha rotto il contratto con LG e sta per ricevere le ottime Panasonic 2170 (quelle che usano solo le versioni Top di Tesla e solo in US, al resto del mondo gli rifilano le LG 2170 oppure le fallimentari 4680). 


Range incrementato molto e anche se non si possono fare paragoni diretti tra l'alta qualità Porsche e le obsolete e raffazzonate Model S, facciamo un paragone di WLTP per capire rispetto ai range Tesla. Ottima decisione di aumentare la batteria a 103 kWh per andare in pari a Model S. E Porsche ha sempre avuto più margine di sicurezza sul netto disponibile.  



Electric power consumption* combined (WLTP) 20.0 – 16.7 kWh/100 km,

CO₂ emissions* combined (WLTP) 0 g/km,

Electric range* combined (WLTP) 503 – 678 km,

Electric range* in town (WLTP) 569 – 821 km) and 2.4 seconds 

Model S LR  WLTP 634 km (21") - 723 km (19")


Taycan Turbo S:

Electric power consumption* combined (WLTP) 20.5 – 17.9 kWh/100 km,

CO₂ emissions* combined (WLTP) 0 g/km,

Electric range* combined (WLTP) 558 – 630 km,

Electric range* in town (WLTP) 612 – 691 km) 

Model S Plaid  WLTP 600 km (21") - 695 km (19")


Direi che ci siamo, tenendo conto che i Wltp Tesla risultano nel mondo reale sempre più ottimisti degli altri, e in ogni caso le prove reali comparativi ci diranno meglio. 


Il prodotto è maturo con una grossa problematica ancora da verificare in questo restyling: il software di gestione auto e infotainement, che finora ha dato non pochi grattacapi ai proprietari (vedere i forum americani) e Porsche non sembra particolarmente veloce/capace di porvi rimedio. Del resto è ben noto che questo è il gran problema del gruppo WV, che sta penalizzando fortemente tutte le EV del gruppo. Chiunque fosse interessato sarà bene che si informi bene in anticipo.

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E purtroppo infatti:




Hundreds of high-end electric sports cars have been recalled in Australia due a problem with battery protection that could lead to a high-voltage fire.

More than 230 Porsche Taycan electric vehicles are subject to the warning, issued on Tuesday, that affects all variants of the model.


The recall comes weeks after two significant electric vehicle battery fires in Australia, and following a recall issued for an Alfa Romeo hybrid SUV that also raised battery safety questions.


The latest recall affects Porsche Taycan vehicles from 2022 and 2023, with the federal transport department warning a fault could see water enter its battery.


“Due to a manufacturing issue, there is a possibility of insufficient sealing between the high-voltage battery casing and battery cover,” the recall said.


“If a sufficient amount of moisture enters the high voltage battery, arcing can occur which increases the risk of fire causing injury or death to vehicle occupants, other road users or bystanders.”

Vehicle owners are urged to contact Porsche to organise an inspection and potential repair of their car.


The fire warning follows a significant fire in Sydney in September, in which a damaged lithium-ion battery removed from an electric car caught fire in an airport holding yard and destroyed four nearby vehicles.


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Non ho capito se esteticamente migliora o peggiora rispetto alla precedente, ma rimane sempre la più bella berlina elettrica sul mercato: dal vivo ha delle proporzioni pazzesche, sembra un concept ancora a distanza di anni.

Ottimo lavoro sull'autonomia, adesso è davvero acquistabile senza patemi. Si sa se hanno amntenuto il cambioa due marce oppure si sono allineati a Macan elettrica?

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La teoria è quando si conosce il funzionamento di qualcosa ma quel qualcosa non funziona.

La pratica è quando tutto funziona ma non si sa come.

Spesso si finisce con il coniugare la teoria con la pratica: non funziona niente e non si sa il perché.

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bella era e bella rimane. A livello estetico fuori/dentro, la più bella del segmento sul mercato. Peccato non sia ibrida.....

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in garage: MY22 BMW M3 Competition Xdrive G80 + MY22 Jaguar F-Pace SVR


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migliora il pacchetto tecnico, encomiabile che Porsche ci lavori cosi pesantemente

nonostante  sia ancora basata sulla vecchia piattaforma J1, e non PPE come Macan EV.

Guidatore medio di S.w. mi piacciono le auto , fumatore Light e AD INTERIM convivente... questo è nicogiraldi....

875kg - 260+ cv i numeri del mio piacere

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