Porsche launches the 2020 Taycan EV in Turbo as well as Turbo S trim, but it’s also known that Taycan is going to add variants below the top models too. The Taycan 4S is the new member of the Porsche electric lineup series.
There are two battery options in Taycan 4S. The performance of battery and battery plus is 522hp and 563hp. The size of the battery in Taycan 4S slightly down to 79.2kWh, but on the other side, the size of battery plus is 93.4kWh, which is two-layered battery out of Turbo and Turbo S. The 4S is all-wheel drive just because of two synchronous electric motors, one on each axle. Not depending upon the battery, the Taycan 4S can run from 0 to 60mph just in 3.8 seconds. The car has 155mph as the top speed.
The most affordable and least potent is the third variant of the Taycan, but still, it does not lack in performance in any sense. The Taycan 4S contains 800-volt architecture. It is a four-seat layout car. The difference between 4S and Turbo and Turbo S is the size of the motor on the rear axle of the car. It uses a rotor that is 80mm in the permanent magnet electric motor, which is smaller than the one in both Turbo, and Turbo S. Porsche always says “more compact packaging and reduced weight.”
In the winter season (cold outside), the 800-volt DC fast charging station can charge Taycan 4S from 5 to 80 percent just in 20-23 minutes. EVs are getting more useful day-by-day. The mile range not announced yet, but it is expected to be less than the Tesla Model S’ 345-370 miles per charge.
The Taycan 4S starting price is $105,150, but the price varies in case of battery plus, and that is $111,730. The price is lower than the starting price of Turbo and Turbo S that is $152,250 and $186,350.