As recent car tests surface, we learn how the future could be as the fastest ever and all-electric. Now, if we think of how fast it would be too fast, that shouldn’t be an issue at all. The question is, how electric cars will change the view of speed? Porsche Taycan Turbo S could provide us with an answer.
Many of us probably fight with plenty of thoughts, and with a nagging question, should we go electrical? Well, yes, according to the last sales. Electric vehicle sale is increasing quickly. For example, last year, there was a report showing a 236,4 % growth year-on-year.
Also, there’s no doubt that such a boost is, in part, being led by extended awareness and threats about the climate crisis. Now, talking about fast, how about the fastest so far, a car which it ‘ll leave in awe only at the thought of its performance?
Porsche Taycan Turbo S Could Be The Fastest Electric Car In The World
As we mentioned before, the upcoming EV is a genuine rival to some renowned supercars. Porsche’s first electric car, dubbed the Taycan, will be introduced in Australia, but it’s already promising to be the one that matters. If the latest performance statistics turn out to be perfect, the Taycan Turbo S will beat Veyron in a heartbeat.
Recently, the American cars magazine, Car and Driver, got its hands-on Porsche Taycan Turbo S for a performance test, and the results were fantastic. The electric car received the rank of the third quickest car it had ever tested. C&D declared that the Turbo S is the most steady of the three Taycan variants. It reached an incredible speed of 60mph in only 2.4 seconds.
Such a record turns the Taycan Turbo S’s performance similar to Bugatti Veyron’s 16.4 and 0.1 seconds faster than Porsche’s 911 Turbo S (991). The German automotive manufacturer states on its official performance stats for the Taycan Turbo S a 0-100 km/h of 2.8 seconds behind the Tesla Model S Performance.
Moreover, Porsche stated that the Taycan Turbo S embodied 460kW of power and 1050Nm of torque. The Taycan Turbo S is expected to it Australian lands somewhere in the fourth quarter of 2020, with a price starting at $350,000, while the Taycan 4S, at about $200,000.