/Porsche Taycan interior revealed in leaked images

Porsche Taycan interior revealed in leaked images

As Porsche is getting closer to bringing the Taycan, its first all-electric vehicle, into production, we are gradually starting to get our first look at the production version and today, leaked images show the interior of the new electric car.

The Taycan is one of the most anticipated electric vehicles to hit the market in 2019.

It’s based on the Porsche Mission E Concept unveiled back in 2015.

The Mission E was almost unanimously praised for its incredible design, but the production version, which will be unveiled in September, is expected to be toned down.

Over the last few years, we have seen a few heavily camouflaged test mules of the Taycan, but they don’t tell us a lot about the upcoming production model.

Last month, we saw a new prototype that started revealing some of the production design features.

Now new images show the interior of the Porsche Taycan (pictures via Porsche Taycan Forum):

The images show that Porsche stuck with the multi-screen design first seen in the concept vehicle back in 2015, but the overall design is toned down and a little less futuristic.

Last month, Porsche said that Taycan is completing its ‘final test drives before it enters series production’.

Along with all those final tests, Porsche has also been using the Nürburgring racetrack as a proving-grounds for the Taycan.

They have been running the vehicle through a simulation of the track, but Taycan prototypes have also been spotted on the track.

Porsche aims to unveil the production version of the Taycan in September and the vehicle should hit the market shortly after.

As previously reported, the base version of the Porsche Taycan is going to have a ~90 kWh battery pack for about 250 miles (~400 km) of range.

The German automaker has also been hinting at two higher-end versions with greater capacity and over 300 miles (483 km) of range.

All versions should be equipped with Porsche’s new 800-volt powertrain system and be able to charge at up to 350 kW.


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