Story first published June 2, 2020. SINGAPORE — Porsche’s all-electric Tesla-killer is on sale in Singapore, with prices for a three-variant lineup starting at S$485,988 for a Taycan 4S. The price rises sharply to S$623,988 for the Taycan Turbo, and climbs all the way to S$767,988 for the Taycan Turbo S.
Is a Tesla more expensive than a Porsche?
Premium paint, interior and wheels will add $8,500 while the addition of Tesla’s self-driving tech is another $8,000. Still, all in, the Model S totals out at $96,490. The Porsche is the more premium looking and handling car by far but you pay for that premium.
Is the Taycan selling well?
And if we’re talking about percentages, the Taycan sold 9,072 units from January through March of 2021, compared to the 1,391 Taycans sold in the same time last year(2020). The big number comes out to a 552% increase in Taycan sales in just 12 months of operation.
Is the Porsche Taycan fully electric?
The Porsche Taycan models are the currently available all-electric models. ¹ In ideal conditions: CCS speed charging pedestals with >270kW, >850V, battery temperature 86°F to 95°F and output state of charge 5%. Our Porsche plug-in hybrid models are powered by a combination of combustion engine and electric motor.
What’s the difference between the Porsche Taycan models?
The biggest difference between the new Taycan and all other models in the range is how it has a single motor powering the rear wheels. … Both the Taycan Turbo and Turbo S come with dual motors, all-wheel-drive and the larger 93.4kWh battery pack.
Can Porsche Taycan use Tesla supercharger?
The Taycan is capable of accepting up to 11kW from a 48-amp level 2 charging source. Porsche provides a Mobile Connector that can deliver 9.6kW with the Taycan, and they also sell an upgraded charger called the Mobile Charger Connect for $1,120.