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Porsche News: Porsche Plans On Pricing Upcoming Taycan Between Cayenne and Panamera

William Maley

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We've been wondering how much the upcoming Porsche Taycan EV will set you back. Considering the slick looks and amount of technology Porsche is planning for this, we're expecting a high price tag. But Automotive News reports that the Taycan will not be too expensive.

“We’re expecting a price somewhere between a Cayenne and a Panamera,” said Robert Meier, the Taycan's model line director.

For the European market, that means a possible starting price of above 80,000 euros (about $92,500). In the U.S., we could be seeing a base price of $75,500 - that's taking into consideration the base prices of the Cayenne ($65,700) and Panamera ($85,500). Please note this is not set in stone and we expect Porsche to provide pricing sometime later this or early next year.

Source: Automotive News (Subscription Required)

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13 hours ago, smk4565 said:

If these Germans can get out EVs that rival Tesla on price, but actually deliver it in a timely manner and not 6 months after you put a $1,000 deposit down, then I think Tesla could be in trouble.

Since the German companies actually have decades of manufacturing experience and skill, I would expect they will be able to deliver production vehicles in a timely manner. 

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Seems Porsche got caught with their pants down as a photographer caught the EV Station wagon version or shooting brake out and about.



Porsche has not talked about this yet but clearly is on their way to making a second EV.

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