Taycan Turbo S: $208,670
For me, the Taycan’s price makes it hard to get interested in Porsche’s first EV. The base price for the Turbo S is $185,000. If that cost isn’t unaffordable enough, then there is a huge list of options that a customer can add to the price. Still, I find the Taycan rather attractive, particularly in Frozen Blue Metallic and 21-inch wheels with carbon fiber aeroblades. On the inside, I really like the luxurious Olea Club Leather in Truffle Brown. It adds $2,450 to the price, but I’m not actually buying the car, so why not get something nice.
Despite the six-figure price, Porsche seems rather stingy with making tech features standard on the Taycan Turbo S. For $4,340, the Premium Package includes parking assist and lane change assist. Porsche InnoDrive with adaptive cruise control is an additional $3,610, and Night Vision assist adds another $2,420. For my money, these high-tech amenities would be a big help in having a Taycan as a daily driver.