Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo Refresh Spied Looking Like A Sleek Wagon

Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo Refresh Spied Looking Like A Sleek Wagon
Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo Refresh Spied Looking Like A Sleek Wagon
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Future Porsche models will be electric. We’ve previously seen the 718 Boxster’s EV future, and now we have the opportunity to witness the Taycan Sport Turismo’s impending update.

The front bumper on this Taycan van is hidden. The sensors for the driver assistance system are the only components that are visible there. It appears that the improved splitter is part of the new appearance.

Additionally, the hood has been updated and no longer has the creases from the previous version. In addition, rather than being placed in tiny nacelles, the headlamps are now flush with the nose. The running lights’ top and lower halves are connected by light strips.

The update seems to have just slight modifications in the profile (see comparison below). On the new model, the bottom side sills seem a little bit thicker.

At least on our test car, the rear alterations are minimal. The borders of the taillights seem a little bit thicker.

We can’t see inside the Taycan from these pictures. There could be changes to the switchgear based on the brand’s most recent model revisions. But we don’t anticipate a redesign.

Another mystery involves powertrain adjustments. Porsche often updates vehicles with modest power upgrades.

Recent spy photos purported to show Porsche testing a GT variant of the Taycan, which would most likely become the next performance flagship in the lineup. Although it lacks the additional alterations to the nose that we see on this Sport Turismo development car, it does feature a large front splitter. The vehicle also boasts an interesting set of wheels, carbon-ceramic brakes, and a fixed wing on the back deck.

The Taycan Turbo S is already a capable performer. With a lap time of 7 minutes 33.3 seconds, the model already holds the production electric car lap record on the Nordschleife at the Nürburgring.

The electric Boxster in the most recent spy photos appears to be in an earlier stage of development. It sports much more concealment, and the body panels don’t fit properly. According to Porsche, the new model won’t be available until 2025.

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