It's no secret that Porsche is butting heads with its rivals to create practical and respectable electric automobiles. With the debut of the Porsche Taycan in 2019, they continued to improve the nameplate with the goal of making a Taycan for everyone. The challenge was to make a hefty, luxurious, all-electric sedan attain the level of real performance and handling that a true Porsche stands for. The hottest version of the Taycan range so far, the 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S best vindicated these expectations. It also claims to be quicker than the latest Tesla Model S in a quarter-mile run. In stock is one such 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S and this particular car bears the honor of being a Launch Vehicle. Coming from Tennessee, it only has 4,200 miles on its clock and has a slew of optional extras under its belt.
The 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S embraces striking proportions and a timeless and instantly recognizable design. This silhouette on our subject Taycan is enhanced by the exterior color of Volcano Grey Metallic. This head-turning ride on all-season tires and 21-inch white wheels with black spokes, which is a key feature that distinguishes the Turbo S from other Taycan variants. It has powered charging port doors that retract upwards into the fender when you press a button in the car or swipe your finger across the touch sensor next to the port door. Factory options includes power folding exterior mirrors, tire sealing compound and electric air compressor. The sporty yet luxury cabin is fashioned with black and Bordeaux Red leather and provides space for four adults. The interior boasts a Burmester 3D High End surround system, advanced 4-zone climate control, mobile charger connect, steering wheel heating and seat ventilation. It is also equipped with technologies such as Porsche InnoDrive incl. adaptive cruise control and Lane Change Assist (LCA). The Premium Package includes fixed panoramic roof in glass, surround view, storage package, ionizer and thermally and noise insulated glass.
The performance delivered by its powertrain is what makes This 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S a true Porsche. The electric motors get their juice from a 93.4kW battery that claims to charge from 5% to 80% in just 22 minutes or so with the help of the onboard 150kW/400v DC Charger. These motors can churn out 751 hp and 774 lb ft of torque, which is the most powerful output among its Taycan siblings. This car can easily hit 60mph in just 2.6 seconds on the way to its claimed top speed of 162mph. It’s also appointed with Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control Sport (PDCC Sport) option, which provides faster response and improves handling performance.