Porsche is your one-stop for extremely playful SUVs and some of the most exciting sports cars of all time. The Iconic German automaker also makes the Taycan, a four-door electric sports car that is always in the mood. Porsche’s EV lineup might be the smallest, but make no mistakes; the 718 sports car, the Macan crossover, and the mid-size Cayenne are going full-electric soon. If you’d love to lease a Porsche EV, here’s more on the automaker’s present and future offerings.
The Porsche Taycan is a sports electric sedan that lives up to the brand’s reputation and proves that electric cars can still be fun-to-drive. Since it arrived in 2020, the Taycan has stayed clear of other top-dollar electric sedans as none could match its sports car driving characteristics. The Porsche EV is available in sedan and wagon body styles, and both offer thrilling driving dynamics, next-level tech features, rich interior materials, and lighting acceleration.
The Taycan comes standard with a rear-wheel, single-motor powertrain that puts out 402 – 469 horsepower and 254 lb-ft of max torque. Climbing up the trim levels unlocks dual motor setups with more power ranging from 522 – 750 horsepower. The entry-level Taycan accelerates from 0-60 mph in a respectable 5.1 seconds, while the top-spec Turbo S model does the same in a mind-blowing 2.6 seconds. Lower-end models feature a 79.2 kWh battery pack, while high-end models use a 93.4 kWh battery. Driving range varies depending on batter size and performance, and according to Porsche, the thriftiest 2023 Taycan delivers an estimated 282 miles. However, EPA gave the most efficient Taycan 246 miles of driving range. All models feature a responsive two-speed transmission and a system voltage of 800 volts which translates to less weight and a max charging capacity of up to 270 kilowatts.
The German sports car manufacturer is set to release an all-electric version of the compact luxury Macan crossover in 2024. The gas-fed Macan has been Porsche’s best-selling car for quite some time, and we expect a well-rounded EV that would uphold that status. Porsche hasn’t said much about the 2024 Macan EV except that it will be built on a new electric platform and have way more driving range than the Taycan. The Macan EV will also be sold alongside its internal combustion sibling. All-electric models of the 718 and Cayenne will come in 2025 and 2026, respectively.
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