Previously, an artist from the United States, Sean Wotherspoon, had collaborated with Vespa to release the Primavera.
Now the collaboration comes with the Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo, just like what was done on the Vespa, Sean Wotherspoon applies various colors on each body panel.
There are four colors in total, namely Nash Blue, Loretta Purple, Ashley Green, and Sean Peach. For the blue color smeared the front hood, roof, pillars and rear fender. Then orange adorn the front fenders, mirrors, and rear bumper. While green is on the front bumper, rear door and trunk, and purple on the rear door.
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The round graphic is halfway between the green and purple combination front and rear doors, Wotherspoon referring to the German auto races at Le Mans in the 1950s.
The mechanical heart of the Taycan 4S Cross Turismo uses a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 93.4 kWh, battery voltage is 800 V and takes 22 minutes to charge from empty to full.
Its power reaches 482 hp and maximum torque of 685 Nm, connected to a two-speed automatic transmission, channeled to all wheels. Produces 0-100 kph acceleration in only 4.1 seconds and a maximum speed of 240 kph.
The car, which became one of the Porsche Unseen projects, was displayed at SXSW in Texas, United States.
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