Rear-drive Taycan bound for Europe (and also possibly Australia), according to a brand-new intro from the German brand name.

Porsche has actually teased an approaching enhancement to its Taycan electrical automobile (EV) line-up in Europe.

A shadowy picture published to Porsche’s social media sites web pages reveals a quartet of Taycan versions parked beside each various other.

The illumination of the picture suffices to construct out the ‘Taycan FOUR’, ‘Taycan Turbo’ and also ‘Taycan Turbo S’ badges on the backs of the light blue, dark blue and also white Taycans, yet the climbed gold/pink-hued Taycan’s badge continues to be covered by darkness, regardless of the picture illumination and also direct exposure setups chosen in Photoshop.

Nonetheless, offered the various other 3 cars and trucks are completed in their launch colours, we would certainly bet the enigma Taycan is the rear-wheel-drive ‘base’ alternative, revealed for the Chinese market in 2020 (listed below) with an one-of-a-kind ‘Frozen Berry’ outside colour– extremely similar to the shade envisioned in the intro.

EVEN MORE: Even more economical rear-wheel-drive Porsche Taycan lands in China Provided the entry-level Taycan is presently provided just in China, it’s most likely Porsche’s statement– anticipated to be brewing, offered the ‘Keep tuned’ phrasing of the intro– will certainly see the rear-drive EV make its means to Europe, and also in time, most likely Australia. Disclosed in July 2020, the base Taycan establishes approximately 350kW of power from its single back electrical motor, mated to an offered 93.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack for an asserted

489km of variety on the NEDC examination cycle. Keep tuned to

CarAdvice(*) for the European-market, rear-wheel-drive 2021 Porsche Taycan’s complete launching, anticipated to occur in the coming days or weeks.(*) Resource www.caradvice.com.au.