Auto123 reviews the 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S.
Here’s an understatement for you: Porsche does virtually nothing like others across the industry. In fact, the German automaker has always made a point of thinking and doing things differently, much to the delight of those who love difference... and pure driving.
Within the company’s engineering and design studios, half-measures simply are simply not part of the vocabulary. Everything Porsche produces generates emotion, from the sporty 911 to the Panamera sedan and the Macan and Cayenne SUVs. This is THE signature of the company. It's also what had to be preserved with its newest creation.
We’ve seen Porsche move quietly but steadily towards electrification over the last decade, first with hybrid products, but most strikingly with the Mission E concept presented in 2015 at the Frankfurt Motor Show. There, in its own backyard, the manufacturer revealed to the world its first all-electric vehicle. It came as no surprise that it would be the ultimate in terms of power and range.