If you’re enamoured of touchscreens inside vehicles, you’re going to love the dashboard of the upcoming new Porsche Taycan. From the images just released by the German automaker, it seems as if touchscreen is all there is to the interior. In fact only the steering wheel seems to be non-touch…
Depending on the configuration of the Taycan, there are five places in the cabin where occupants can access touchscreens, including the front-row passenger and those seated in the back row. The latter can make use of a 5.9-inch screen to set the parameters of the climate control system.
In front of the drive sits a 16.8-inch curved screen, behind glass to prevent glare. The digital dials borrow their look from those found in the 911. Depending on the display mode chosen (Classic, Map, Full Map and Pure), the screen can show maps, traditional gauges, charge level, navigation info, outside temperature, etc.
Again according to the chosen mode, the data displayed before the driver can also be personalized. Porsche says that the screen can show a map that extends the full width of the dashboard.