Porsche’s new, all-electric sedan has the power, performance, and high-tech vibe to rival a Tesla.
The Taycan is a low-slung four-door sedan costing six-figures.
It’s quick, agile, rides comfortably, and is very enjoyable to drive.
The EPA-rated range is 203 miles.
Charging time is long on a 240 volt connector, taking 11 hours for the larger 93 kWh battery.
Public charging isn’t as seamless as it is with a Tesla, however.
The front seats are very comfortable, the rear is a bit tight.
Visibility to the rear and sides is limited.
The car has a decent trunk and an additional small one up front.
The controls are complicated and remain unintuitive even after repeated use, and the EV-related displays aren’t as prominent as in a Tesla.
The car is substantial but interior ambiance is less impressive than it is in other Porsche models.