The Porsche Taycan debuted in 2019 and now it’s time for a major update. Although the interior and exterior of the car still show no signs of aging, the Taycan will be updated in mid-life at the Los Angeles exhibition (USA) in November 2023.
At the above event, both the Porsche Taycan facelift and the soon-to-be-added most advanced version, the Taycan Turbo GT, will be showcased for the first time. Both versions were last publicly tested in late October, revealing the changes made in the new upgrade.
In terms of design, the Porsche Taycan facelift will use a new front-end interface. The front bumper has been redesigned to be more angular, and above it are new headlights with improved lighting technology that can now shine up to 600 meters away. On the opposite side, the rear bumper now uses a vertical fin placed directly below the taillights.
With the upcoming high-end Turbo GT version, the front of the car gets more individualized with sharp side air vents and a large splitter that resembles a racing car. The headlights have also been made similar to the regular version. At the rear of the car, there is a ducktail spoiler made of carbon fiber and a new exhaust pipe. This version also uses its own lightweight wheels.
There are not many innovations in the interior of the Porsche Taycan facelift. Apart from the 100% upgraded software, the only design change in the car is the addition of digital instrument cluster surround. This change helps make the driver’s seat position look more classic.
The transmission array of the Porsche Taycan facelift will probably be upgraded when the parameters of the car will not be really impressive in the lower version. On the single motor version of 402 horsepower, the Taycan can only travel up to 335 km according to North American EPA standards.
If you don’t care about operating range, the new Porsche Taycan Turbo GT will be one of the most powerful electric cars on the market that users can touch. With a 3-motor configuration, this version is rumored to have up to 1,000 horsepower – a third more than the previous highest-end Taycan Turbo S (750 horsepower).
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