Taycan Turbo S: $241,150
Why bother buying a Porsche Taycan at all if you're not going to go all out? My dream Taycan Turbo S wears the gorgeous $3,150 Carmine Red exterior and 21-inch Taycan Exclusive wheels with carbon fiber aeroblades, a $4,150 option. I'm also adding the $5,660 SportDesign package in carbon fiber because why not; it spices up the styling of the front and rear fascia.
Inside, Porsche offers a leather-free Race-Tex Interior option that looks good in images… but why would I choose that over the gorgeous Olea Club leather in Basalt black? It's a $2,450 option. I'm also adding the adaptive 18-way adjustable seats – with the $2,000 massage function, of course– as well as the Bordeaux Red seat belts ($600), the heated steering wheel with matte black trim ($950), and for my co-pilot, the $1,130 passenger display. The optional 10.9-inch screen = extends the length of the passenger side dash.
All said and done, my Porsche Taycan Turbo is probably the most expensive of the bunch. In its current configuration, it exceeds $240,000. And it's worth every penny.