Porsche has confirmed that it will officially unveil the 2020 Taycan electric car in September, but for now it’s released a few teasers.
The Porsche Taycan was originally previewed by the Mission E concept and now we can see how much the Taycan will differ from the concept. The overall look is a bit toned down, as expected. The Taycan borrows many styling cues from the Panamera and new 911.
When the 2020 Porsche Taycan arrives, it will spearhead a new range of electrified models from the brand. Porsche has already confirmed that its second electric car will be the Taycan Cross Turismo, which will then be followed by a fully-electric Macan. By 2025 Porsche expects that electrified models will account for half of its sales.
Porsche also recently announced that it’s already received over 20,000 orders for the Taycan.