Porsche has revealed more information about their upcoming EV, the 2019 Taycan. The company confirmed the Taycan will produce 600 horsepower from its dual-motor, 800 volt setup. They also pegged the car’s range at 500 kilometers – or 310 miles – per charge.
Being a Porsche, you would expect some beefy performance figures. On paper, the 2019 Taycan doesn’t disappoint. According to Porsche, the Taycan should hit 60 in 3.5 seconds. If you want to take your electric Porsche on a road trip, it will also be able to recharge 80% of its total capacity in just 15 minutes.
The 2019 Taycan is Porsche’s first crack at a mass-production, all-electric car. The project has been taking a lot of help from the 919 Hybrid project. You know, the car that shattered the Nurburgring lap record, taking just 5:19.55 minutes.
Porsche will sell the 2019 Taycan globally, with an overall goal of 20,000 units per year. At this point, however, there is still plenty that we don’t yet know about the 2019 Taycan. However, we should know more in the relatively near future, as it will emerge as a 2019 model.
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Speaking of EVs, I recently had the chance to ride in a prototype of the 2019 Audi e-Tron, an EV crossover from Audi that is also set to arrive very soon. We took the e-Tron from the top of Pikes Peak down to the bottom to see how much charge we could build up in the batteries. To see what happened, check out the video below: