Porsche’s Game-Changing 750HP All-Electric Supercar Debuts

Sep 4, 2019

Category: Rides

It has been a long time coming — literal years — but the Porsche Taycan all-electric supercar has finally made its debut. And while we knew exactly what to expect, we still can’t help but gaze upon it in awe.

Ready for the 2020 season, the Stuttgart-based car manufacturer has unleashed two versions of this plug-in supercar and, frankly speaking, both are breathtaking. The base model, which starts at over $150,000, has the ability to do 0-60 in just 3 seconds, boasts up to 670 horsepower, and can charge up to 80% power in just 22.5 minutes. But the upgraded Turbo edition is even more radiant — sporting 750 horsepower, 774 foot-pounds of torque, and a 0-60 of just 2.6 seconds — but also costs a good deal more, starting at $185,000. Set to change the world forever (and for the better), this revolutionary 161mph electric car can now be yours.

Purchase: $150,900+

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