Flagship Taycan Turbo S can generate up to 750 hp in combination with launch control and overboost.
Taycan Turbo S can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.6 seconds, while Taycan Turbo can do it in 3.0 seconds.
Taycan sits wide and flat with highly contoured wings.
With Taycan, Porsche offers entirely leather-free interior option for first time.
Silhouette is shaped by sporty roofline sloping downward to rear.
Porsche used Niagara Falls, source of great hydroelectric energy, as backdrop for Taycan unveiling.
Porsche constructed temporary building overlooking falls for Taycan unveiling. Rear doors in darkened building opened as Taycan rolled onstage.
Whether people like it or not, Porsche's future is electrified, says Klaus Zellmer, president and CEO of Porsche Cars North America.
Detlev Von Platen, Porsche executive board member for sales and marketing.
Ivo Van Hulten, director of interior design, says Taycan cockpit signals new era of interior design at Porsche.
Taycan displays sloping rear roof line, known as Porsche "fly line."
Under ideal conditions, Taycan can go from 5% to 80% state of charge in 22.5 minutes.
800v electrical architecture -- an industry first -- enables fast charging, reduced weight, better overall packaging.
In Taycan, classic hardware controls such as switches and buttons have been greatly reduced.
Completely new interior architecture features free-standing, curved instrument cluster that forms highest point on instrument panel.
Drag coefficient of 0.22 makes Taycan most aerodynamic Porsche in production.
Small storage bin up front, but rear cargo hold is larger.
Taycan rolls on stage as rear doors open with spectacular Niagara Falls as backdrop.