Porsche is gearing up to enter the EV market with the Taycan line of electric cars which will cost between $ 90,000 and $ 130,000 USD (approximately, $ 122,700 and $ 177,300 CAD).
Porsche is working on a car called the Tycoan, previously called the E task, that will come in three different trim options. The usual Tycoan, the 4-Drive Drive and the Taycan 4S and the top of the Turbo Taycan line.
The vehicle is set to feature over 600 horsepower range of over 482 km, according to Cnet's Show Road advertising.
It seems that the performance version of EVS Porsche Tycoan will be branded "Turbo".
Because ICE terminology is how one converts EV customers.
– Alex Roy (@ AlexRoy144) December 26, 2018
Driving Super-editor Alex Roy published a screenshot of an email he received from the company on Twitter that exposed the pricing.
The car should be available for purchase in 2020, but North American CEO Klaus Zelmar has said that advance orders are sold quickly, and the car can be sold for up to a year if all current pre-orders eventually buy the car, Made with Road view.
To sign up to buy a tikan you can put a deposit of $ 2,500 (approximately, $ 3,410 CAD) on the Porsche site.
While the Tycoon is expensive, it is consistent with the model of Tesla S and compare the pricing of many of Porsche's other cars.
Source: Roadshow, Twitter