Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo To Arrive In Late 2020

MAR 16 2019 BY MARK KANE 11

Taycan in 2019, Taycan Cross Turismo in 2020, Taycan Wagon in 2021?

The second all-electric car from Porsche, the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo (based on the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo concept) is scheduled for market launch one year after the Porsche Taycanat the end of 2020.

The date was revealed by Porsche CEO Oliver Blume who also named the car the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo.

It’s expected that the tech behind the Taycan Cross Turismo will be the same as in the Taycan, which will be unveiled in full at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. The car will go on sale by the end of this year. Already, more than 20,000 customers wait for the Taycan.

We guess that both models will be available in a few battery/motor versions. Additionally, there is a big chance that other body versions will follow later – like the Taycan Wagon.

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Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo

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At the same press conference they also announced a 600 million euro investment into the Leipzig factory that is going to build the new fully electric Macan based on the PPE platform.

I look forward to seeing a bunch of the new evs coming out in the years to come.
In one aspect people will become aware of the superiority of evs regardless of their penchant for more archaic forms of personal propulsion. You’ll get converts from the old school of the ICE who now support EVS with the same fervor. Much like someone who has gone through some sort of conversion where they become more strident in their praise of the thing they formerly despised or slighted. Grease Monkeys, becoming EV Junkies.
At least their overalls will be easier to clean, now, and no more oil, gas, smells in the house.

Motor1 got some new teaser images with the final body, only camo painted.

It looks like they also put a fake headlight cover over the headlights.
It doesn’t look right.

And there were no headlight covers in the drawing that Porsche released.

I guess we see if that is the case or not in September.

I haven’t been following the Taycan closely. Why is there a charging port on both the driver’s side front fender and the passenger’s side front fender?

Because in Chademo countries you need two different plugs for AC and DC. Since you need them physically anyway you might as well use them outside of Chademo countries anyways,

Thanks for he answer!

Audi E-Tron also have charge port on both sides. Left side with type 2 AC + CCS. Right side with type 2 AC. It is convenience when you park at narrow car parks, less problem with cables.

Again, the “regular” Taycan will *not* go on sale this year. It will be “launched” this year, but actual customer deliveries won’t commence before 2020. They said so multiple times now.

Like the top graphics show, the Taycan will be the electric Panamera. The Panamera will continue as gasoline and PHEV model. It is up to customers to decide what they prefer. I estimate that by 2025 Panamera will only be sold as PHEV and by 2030 all sales are for Taycan and none for Panamera.

Great to see that Porsche takes it serious. It will also be a good signal for the market, if a sports car company sees the time ripe for EV. Tesla has done a lot (and pushed the whole industry), but it’s not viewed as the ‚establishment‘ by many. It’s more powerful once the establishment finally changes over to EV, gives their customers something to think about.