Sport Turismo is the latest estate body variant that will be coupled with the Porsche Taycan Sport Saloon and Cross Turismo.
In appearance, the Taycan Sport Turismo has a slicker and “cleaner” body than the Taycan Cross Turismo which is designed like an SUV.
This can be seen from the absence of cladding on the front bumper, black fenders, side skirts with cladding, and a casual skid plate on the rear bumper.
Apart from the exterior features, the Taycan Sport Turismo is also slightly lower than the Cross Turismo with a body height of 1,390-1,405 mm depending on the variant.
Oh yes, discussing the dimensions, the Taycan Sport Turismo has a length of 4,963 mm, a width of 1,966 mm, and a wheelbase of 2,900 mm.
How about the performance? The Taycan Sport Turismo comes in five variants namely standard, 4S, GTS, Turbo, and Turbo S.
In the standard variant, it is equipped with a rear-wheel drive electric motor that produces 240 kW or 326 hp and 345 Nm of torque with a Performance Battery of 79.2 kWh.
If the Performance Battery Plus 93.4 kWh, the power increases slightly, namely 280 kW or 380 hp and peak torque of 357 Nm. Porsche, of course, provides an Overboost mode that boosts power to 408 hp and 476 hp, respectively.
The Taycan Sport Turismo 4S, GTS, Turbo, and Turbo S variants get two electric motors that drive all wheels. Of course the most powerful variant is the Turbo S which has a combined power of 460 kW or 625 hp in standard mode and up to 560 kW or 761 hp in Overboost mode.
Regarding mileage, Porsche claims the Taycan Sport Turismo Turbo S has an estimated mileage of 430-458 kilometers according to the Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) standard.
Meanwhile, the variant with the farthest WLTP estimated mileage falls on the 4S Performance Battery Plus, which claims 417-498 kilometers.