At the beginning of September, at the Frankfurt Motor Show, Porsche unveiled its first 100% electric car.
Dubbed Taycan, this one was revealed in two versions: in a "Turbo" declination strong of 680 ch and 450 km of autonomy and in a variant "Turbo S" more radical developing up to 761 ch for a range of 412 km (93.4 kWh battery in both cases).
530 or 571 hp
A month later, the family is already growing with the arrival of a new entry-level version called "4S". On the menu: always two electric motors (one on each axle) but two different battery sizes. A "Performance" battery of 79.2 kWh standard for a cavalry of 530 ch (in mode overboost) and optional a battery "Performance Plus" of 93.4 kWh for a power of 571 ch. All with respectively 407 and 463 km of autonomy (WLTP cycle).
Performance level, the car claims a 0 to 100 km / h in 4 seconds and a peak at 250 km / h regardless of the size of the battery.
On the style side, this Taycan 4S is recognizable by its 19-inch "Aero" rims, red brake callipers, its specific front bumper or its black sills and rear diffuser.
As standard, it also includes LED headlights with "Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus" lighting system, adaptive air suspension, Comfort seats or a 10.9-inch center screen. The screen facing the front passenger is offered as an option.
€ 46,920 less than the Taycan Turbo
Already available for order and expected in concession from January 2020, the Porsche Taycan 4S starts at € 108,632. For comparison, Turbo and Turbo S are displayed at 155.552 and 189.152 €.