A Deep Look The New 2020 Porsche Taycan

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2020 Taycan Spyshots While Test Drive

Porsche Taycan, one the middle sportscar from Porsche which will release for 2020 model year, Porsche will use The Mission E concept for the next Taycan (2020 Taycan) to make this next Taycan have better engine Performance, So let’s see how this 2020 Porsche Taycan will be looking in 2020.

2020 Taycan Will Use Mission E Drivetrain

2020 Taycan Overview

Taycan pronounced tie-con. It’s a Eurasian word that translates, roughly, to “lively young horse.” “Our new electric sports car is strong and dependable; it’s a vehicle that can consistently cover long distances and that epitomizes freedom,” Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said in a statement announcing the name.

the model-line director for the Taycan, Rober Meier, said “we’re expecting a price somewhere between a Cayenne and a Panamera,” when asked how much the EV will cost. In the US, the Cayenne starts at just under $66,000, while the Panamera starts at $85,000. So perhaps the Taycan will start in the $75,000 range. Of course, there’ll be model variants offering more performance, so consider $75,000 a base price.

Taycan Mission E concept

As we said early, The Mission E concept will apply to the 2020 Taycan, So what is The Mission E concept? The Mission E concept offers 605 hp from its all-electric drivetrain, which consists of two permanent=magnet synchronous motors at each axle. These are the same sort of motors used in the three-time-Le-Mans-winning 919 LMP1 hybrids and can recover heat energy from braking.

With this setup, Porsche promises that the Mission E concept hits 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, 124 mph in under 12 and that it’ll run a sub-8:00 laps at the Nürburgring Nordschleife. The 2020 Porsche Taycan will be initially offered with three power outputs 402 hp, 536 hp, and 670 hp. Like a Tesla Model S, the Taycan will have electric motors at the front and rear axles for all-wheel drive, but Porsche might eventually sell an entry-level rear-drive version.

The 2020 Taycan Edition Taycan will be offered with a choice of battery packs—one offering around 80 kWh and another offering 95 kWh. If you want the most horsepower, you’ll need the biggest battery. Stefan Weckbach, head of EV development at Porsche, also told Car and Driver the Taycan will have a battery cooling system. Porsche wants the Taycan to offer consistent, repeatable performance, and keeping the battery within an ideal operating temperature is essential for this.

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Availability

The next Taycan edition should go on sale sometime before the end of 2019 as a 2020 model year car. We wouldn’t be surprised to see it debut in production form at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2019, the same place the concept debuted back in 2015.

References/Source: Roadandtrack.com