It appears the production car will have an interior sporting only minor changes from the 2018 Mission E Cross Turismo concept.

The interior of the new Porsche Taycan electric sedan has been leaked ahead of its unveiling later this year.

This image was posted on the Porsche Taycan EV Forum, and shows what's claimed to be a pre-production version of the Taycan's cabin.

If this low resolution image is accurate, the Taycan's interior will be almost identical to the one found in the 2018 Mission E Cross Turismo concept.

While the prototype misses the concept's two-tone black-on-white colour scheme, it retains the digital instrumentation display and a black glass section stretching from the centre of the dashboard almost to the passenger door.

Just like in the Mission E Cross Turismo concept (below), there's a touchscreen display ahead of the front passenger. Presumably there's another similar screen in the centre of the dashboard.

The angled centre stack is also black. It could house a third touchscreen or an array capacitive buttons for the climate control system.

Full details about the Taycan's drivetrain have yet to be revealed, but we do know the top-spec model will have a dual-motor all-wheel drive system with over 440kW and a 0-100km/h time of "well under" 3.5 seconds.

For this model, the driving range is said to exceed 500 kilometres, and the car will support 800V and 400V fast charging stations.

Australia

The Taycan will be revealed in full later this year, with deliveries scheduled to begin in Europe and North America before the end of 2019. The Taycan will arrive in Australia from 2020.