Here’s your best look yet at the upcoming electric estate.
Like it or not, Porsche’s Taycan has been a big hit in the electric car industry, showing promising signs for the electric future of the brand. It has long been known that Porsche had been planning to make an estate version of the Taycan saloon, with previous spy shots being made available by keen car photographers, however these are the first images of the Sport Turismo without the black camouflage tape, spotted by a DriveTribe photographer during handling tests at the Nürburgring.
Unsurprisingly, the estate shares a similar front end to the Taycan saloon, and the rear end draws styling cues from the Panamera Sport Turismo and Macan. Retaining the sweeping rear light bar of the Taycan saloon, the rear is still camouflaged by stickers that mimic the brake lights of the previous generation Porsche 911.
The Taycan Sport Turismo is expected to share the same underpinnings as the saloon, which in top ‘Turbo S’ trim features a 560kW (750hp) dual-electric motor system which allows it to accelerate from 0-100km/h in just 2.8 seconds. The projected range for the Taycan Sport Turismo sits at around 480km maximum for the top ‘Turbo S’ model and 430km for the base ‘4S’, like its saloon cousin.