The latest version is new, by the way. And that means that the Porsche Taycan will be available in three flavors from January: as a sedan, as a Sport Turismo (for now only as a GTS, later also in other motorisations) and as a Cross Turismo. The difference between the latter two is quite minimal. You have to see the Cross Turismo as a ‘gegged up’ version of the Sport Turismo. It stands as the Volvo V60 Cross Country to the Volvo V60; slightly higher on the wheels and with some gray ‘offroad’ plastic on the body.
Porsche Taycan GTS to 100 km/h in 3.7 counts
The Taycan Sport Turismo has 4.5 centimeters more headroom in the back than the ‘regular’ Taycan and can store up to 1200 liters of luggage. You only have to clamp that luggage well when you go on the road, because in GTS trim the pack mule Porsche goes to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds. To classic German use the top speed of the Porsche Taycan GTS is limited to exactly 250 km/h. Its range is just over 500 kilometers (the other Taycans reach a maximum of 460).
Right in between Taycan 4S and Turbo
With its 598 hp, the Taycan GTS fits right in between the Taycan 4S (530 hp) and Turbo (680 hp). It has adaptive air suspension as standard and can optionally be equipped with four-wheel steering, with the rear axle co-steering or counter-steering, depending on the situation. According to Porsche, the electric sound of the GTS has been adjusted so that it sounds more sporty than the other models. Whatever that may mean…
Panorama roof that darkens in nine parts
Characteristic of all Porsches with GTS badge on the rear are the black or dark exterior details, such as the spoiler lip, the window frames and the legs of the door mirrors. The interior of the Taycan GTS is finished with dark brushed aluminum as standard. New is the so-called Sunshine Control panorama roof, which can be darkened in nine parts. The Taycan GTS will be available in the Netherlands from January and will cost 136,300 euros for the sedan and 137,300 euros for the Sport Turismo.