Here’s the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo testing near the company’s test center in Weissach, Germany. The car is scheduled for a production reveal in the coming 10 months.
Confirmed for production almost two years ago, the Cross Turismo will essentially be a wagon-bodied version of the Taycan four-door coupe, similar to how the Panamera and Panamera Sport Turismo are sold side-by-side.
The wagon's powertrain should be similar to that used in the concept shown at last year's Geneva Motor Show, which put out around 600hp from its dual-motor electric setup, good for a 0–60 sprint in 3.5 seconds.
Like its performance statistics, the Taycan Cross Turismo’s driving range should be impressive too, with projected range for the concept rated at 310 miles.
It’s believed the Taycan twins will be offered in several trim grades offering different states of tune—like Teslas. At the moment, the names being thrown out are Carrera, Carrera S and Turbo. Rear and all-wheel drive are expected to be offered, too.
Both the coupe and wagon are part of the company’s plans to invest 6 billion Euros into electric mobility solutions by 2022.
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