The Porsche Taycan paves the way for the upcoming all-electric sports cars, setting an example of how it can compete to any regular gasoline model, when there is a race for their performance score. The 2021 model year edition of Porsche Taycan joins the segment of performance cars, but only with its fully electric powertrain. It is the first four-door sedan from the brand, and also first sports car to run only on batteries. The score says, it can pump up the speed of 0-60 mph in less than three seconds, which is par excellence record of its kind, announced the Ventura Porsche dealer.

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New for the 2021 Model Year Edition

The 2021 Porsche Taycan has added a system which they call it as the Function on Demand feature. It refers to the capability of the car to offer the optional feature upgrades one can avail over the air. The package also includes a new functionality that adapts the cruise control speed for the 2021 Porsche Taycan models to adjust according to the road conditions lying ahead. It also considers the speed limits that is set by the car user and the need of the situation to slow down the vehicle or to stop altogether.

The current year edition also adds up a new navigation system with a maximized range, especially when the destination point is selected and saved. The new SmartLift feature joins the team of other convenience features which is used to remember the drive actions like where one looked for more ground clearance and accordingly adjusts the adaptive air suspension.

The Taycan also now has Plug & Charge capability, which allows the owner to have a seamless billing experience across charging hardware and charging networks—once it’s all in place—by merely plugging in.

The 2021 Porsche Taycan is now also available in a smaller size with a 79.2-kilowatt-hour Performance Battery loaded under its hood, which is set as the standard.

The 2021 Porsche Taycan models move in a breathtaking manner. The 4S trim makes 482 horsepower gained from the cumulative effort of its front and rear motors. The Turbo and Turbo S trims now are capable of shooting out 616 hp among which the Turbo S models escalates the horsepower count to 750 with 774 pound-feet of torque in order to propel the engine at a speed of 60 mph within 2.6 seconds and at times, even less. The Turbo models can do the same in 3.0 seconds.

What might surprise you here is the two-speed transmission that launches this all-electric sports car from Porsche with this brutal efficiency.

The 2021 Porsche Taycan models come in direct row with the 2021 BMW 5-Series as well as with the Mercedes-Benz E-Class. With the all-electric powertrain, it can tow more than 5,100 pounds. The secret behind this flawless, jaw dropping performance is physics that works its best at every given opportunity. What must come to the limelight as well are the excellent driving dynamics that include a tight air suspension, extreme motor control, and solid chassis systems. To experience how all this work together in the 2021 Porsche Taycan, book a test drive with the Porsche dealer Ventura today!