Performance typical for the brand that can be reproduced virtually as required: the Porsche Taycan’s electric powertrain is designed to enable it to reach full power output even when accelerating multiple times in direct succession. The full-electric sportscar has proven that in a test: 26 times from 0–200 km/h and back.

Numerous hot laps around a circuit are no problem for the first fully electric sports car from Zuffenhausen.

In an initial test, a pre-series version of this 440 kW (600 PS) all-wheel-drive car accelerated from 0–200 km/h 26 times in succession. The Sprint Challenge was held at an airfield in Lahr in southern Baden. Average acceleration times documented on the “Fully Charged” YouTube channel was just under ten seconds. The difference between the fastest and the slowest attempts was just 0.8 seconds.

The Taycan has a top speed of over 250 km/h. It accelerates from 0–100 km/h in significantly less than 3.5 seconds and its lithium-ion battery has a gross capacity of around 90 kWh.

The Taycan will be presented in September and launched onto the market at the end of the year.

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