The new variant proved to be just as electrifying our second time around with it.
In December 2020, I finally got my hands on my first Porsche Taycan 4S, for a short test drive anyway. At that time, the first electric car in the history of the German brand was only available as a four-door coupe. But since then, Porsche has gradually but steadily expanded the offering with two other body styles: a sporty wagon (Sport Turismo) and a high-sitting wagon (Cross Turismo).
This multiplication of variants is a trademark of the German automaker, so the addition of the GTS (for Gran Turismo Sport) badge comes as no surprise. After all, that badge can be found in all other model lineups at Porsche, so why not with that of the all-electric Taycan?
I had the opportunity to carry out a longer test drive of this version, which is designed for driving enthusiasts, this time with it sporting a fetching Carmine Red exterior finish.