As customers around the world find themselves locked down, automakers have scrambled for ways to keep their cars selling and many have arrived at online sales as the obvious solution. Vehicles are being marketed, customized, sold, and even test driven from behind a screen. If car buyers don’t specifically need to visit a dealer, will they still do so?
The electric revolution is speeding up. It was only a month ago that Porsche revealed the all-electric Taycan, and they’re already back at it with the announcement of lower-cost variant due for launch next year. We look at price, specs, and make the inevitable Model S comparison to see what the Taycan 4S has to offer.
The performance EV game is rapidly heating up, and Porsche have confirmed their place at the table with the announcement of the all-electric Taycan. But will impressive specs and a Porsche pedigree be enough to unseat Tesla’s dominant Model S Performance? We sift through the stats to find out.
Porsche’s all electric Taycan has been put through its latest test this week, powering through 3425 km over a single day in extreme condition testing. Drivers fought 42° heat to push the prototype to its limits before the Taycan’s world premiere in September.
Anticipation continues to build for the Porsche Taycan, and as it enters the final round of testing we’ve been treated to our first images of the sports sedan in action. But Porsche remains close-lipped about the specific dates for an Australian arrival.
The next-generation Porsche Macan will be all-electric. This is great news for Australia as our EV space continues to grow. We’re excited to see what’s next from Porsche and other European automakers.