Porsche taycan cross turismo

porsche taycan cross turismo

What is the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo?

The Taycan is the pure expression of a Porsche electric sports car. Striking proportions, timeless and instantly recognisable design, and a perfect blend of performance with everyday usability. The Taycan Cross Turismo embraces your lifestyle, with an enlarged rear luggage compartment and even more spacious interior.

What is a Taycan?

Emotionally charged and future-oriented. What applied to the legendary model 356 from 1948, applies even more so to the Taycan, the Taycan Cross Turismo and the new Taycan GTS Sport Turismo: a vehicle concept that reflects changing automotive times requires a dedication to the latest technology combined with the unique Porsche soul.

How much higher is the Cross Turismo than the Sport Turismo?

The Cross Turismo sits 20mm higher than the standard Porsche Taycan and the Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo (which has the same raised roofline), or 30mm in its Lift mode if you’ve specced the optional off-road pack. Yes, you read that correctly. The off-road pack.

What is the Taycan GTS Sport Turismo?

Inspired by the Panamera Sport Turismo, the new Taycan GTS Sport Turismo takes the concept of the five-door sports car into an all-electric future – with the rear body styling of the Taycan Cross Turismo including a large tailgate, combined with sports sideskirts, wheel designs and chassis from the Taycan.

What is the difference between the Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo and Cross Turismo?

Porsche’s marketing department naturally does everything it can to present the two as very different: the Taycan Sport Turismo is the sporty station wagon and the Taycan Cross Turismo the rugged off-roader. But under the skin they are almost the same.

What is the Nissan Taycan Cross Turismo?

Launched initially as a Mission E-inspired four-door coupe, in Turbo or Turbo S guise, the Taycan has now flourished into a range, with more affordable rear- and all-wheel-drive Taycans beneath the headline models and now this - quasi-Allroad Cross Turismo.

What is a Taycan?

Emotionally charged and future-oriented. What applied to the legendary model 356 from 1948, applies even more so to the Taycan, the Taycan Cross Turismo and the new Taycan GTS Sport Turismo: a vehicle concept that reflects changing automotive times requires a dedication to the latest technology combined with the unique Porsche soul.

What is the Taycan GTS Sport Turismo?

Inspired by the Panamera Sport Turismo, the new Taycan GTS Sport Turismo takes the concept of the five-door sports car into an all-electric future – with the rear body styling of the Taycan Cross Turismo including a large tailgate, combined with sports sideskirts, wheel designs and chassis from the Taycan.

Is there a Sport Turismo equivalent to the Cross Turismo?

In order to drive as much of a wedge as possible between two rather similar cars, the first Sport Turismo out is the sportiest one there will probably ever be and the only one that has no equivalent in the Cross Turismo range. It’s called the GTS and it has 20 per cent more roll stiffness than the Taycan Turbo S. That’s a thing.

What is the difference between the Taycan and Cross Turismo?

Mechanically, the Cross Turismo is largely identical to the Taycan. Same 93.4kWh battery slung underneath and powering the same motors with the same power outputs across the same four-strong model range (4, 4S, Turbo & Turbo S).

What does the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo mean for electric cars?

The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo shows how dramatically all that has changed. Porsche describes it as a five-door version of the regular Taycan all-electric four-door coupé, and says the taller, estate car-like body means it offers greater versatility.

What makes the Porsche Cross Turismo so special?

The three-chamber air suspension fitted to the higher ranking Cross Turismos lifts the body by up to 30mm, and Porsche has thoughtfully added a Gravel mode that also adapts the torque distribution, throttle response and, in their words, gives the Cross Turismo “increased Bad Road Capabilities”. The capitals are theirs, so they must mean it.

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