Delivery to Australia has not yet been confirmed, but media there says it may not happen until the end of the year as Porsche is focused on settling on the all-wheel drive variant sold there. Suggests.
The rear-wheel drive configuration is based on the Chinese market model. The car has a single electric motor on the rear axle and you can choose between two lithium-ion batteries (79.2kWh “base” performance battery and 93.4kWh performance battery plus).
Power is rated at 240kW with a smaller battery, launch control activates onboard overboost mode and increases output to 300kW. This is equivalent to the Chinese figures quoted.
With the larger 93.4kWh pack, the output increases to 280kW without overboost, and with it it increases to 350kW.
Porsche claims figures in the European WLTP test cycle range of 431km and 484km, respectively, in packs of 79.2kWh and 93.4kWh. The latter number is the best range the Taycan model has ever offered.
The 800-volt electrical architecture offered by the high-end model has been taken over by the new entry model, with maximum DC fast charge rates fixed at 225kW and 270kW for small and large batteries, respectively.
Regardless of battery choice, rear-wheel drive knocks off 0-100kmh in 5.4 seconds and travels towards a top speed of 230kmh. The new model is equipped as standard with a 2-speed rear axle transmission mounted on all-legged Taycan.
The core elements of Taycan’s cockpit design haven’t changed in the less poor entry cars, such as the large curved digital instrument cluster and the central 10.9-inch infotainment touchscreen. Partially trimmed 8-way power-adjustable front “Comfort” seat-leather is standard equipment.
The rear-wheel drive variation, in pre-production attire, was the model of choice to break the world’s longest continuous electric vehicle drift record, with 210 laps around a 200-meter skid pad, or 42.1 km of clock. Recorded late November 2020. It stopped due to the exhaustion of the battery.
New Zealand quickly connects to rear-wheel drive Taycan — Motoringnz
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