Porsche has already gathered more than 20,000 pre-orders. Now, before you cast this off by saying that anybody can put their name on a sheet, bear in mind that in Europe, Porsche was asking for a down payment of 2,500 euros (about $2,800).
Porsche has already collected more than 20,000 pre-orders for its first electric sports vehicle with four doors, the prototype of which was introduced in 2015.
Over 20,000 people have made a reservation of around $2,800 for the vehicle, Porsche said, which will arrive by the end of 2019. While that was nothing more than a rumor, Porsche has since confirmed plans to boost Taycan production, though the company didn't disclose exact figures. In addition, talking about a possible setting for electric cars, less powerful, and hence more available power plants.
Porsche has said the Taycan will have a range of over 300 miles, produce over 600 horsepower, and accelerate from 0-60 mph in under 3.5 seconds. It will have a range of more than 500 kilometers as measured in accordance with the NEDC.
The Taycan will compete against Tesla's Model S sedan. We've therefore increased our production capacities.' Don't Miss: Skip the pricey Logitech Harmony remote and get Amazon's best-selling universal remote for $10 Driving the point home, Porsche CEO Oliver Blume relayed the same message via a new interview with Autogazette.de, portions of which were posted on Porsche's website earlier today. Nor do we know top speed for the auto.
Porsche also confirmed recently it will offer a fully-electric version of its best-selling Macan SUV.