The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is the second member of the Taycan family, but Porsche may expand it by adding other versions. Porsche product boss Stefan Weckbach revealed to Autocar that Porsche is currently mulling other versions of the Taycan.
The new versions of the Taycan could include two-door, convertible and even a more traditional wagon version. The Cross Turismo is more off-road focused with its increased ride height and body cladding, so Porsche could introduce a lower version without the bodykit and Gravel Mode.
“I can’t tell you today if we are really going for something like that,” Weckbach stated.”The platform is perfect for future additional product ideas, and we are thinking in different directions.”
A convertible version is possible, if there’s demand for it, in addition to a two-door version.
We’ll have to wait and see what the future holds. For now we do know that an electric Macan is coming and an electric Cayenne is expected, since Porsche plans to have 80% of its lineup electric by 2030.