Porsche has teased an upcoming addition to its Taycan electric vehicle (EV) line-up in Europe.
The brightness of the image is sufficient to make out the 'Taycan 4S', 'Taycan Turbo' and 'Taycan Turbo S' badges on the rears of the light blue, dark blue and white Taycans, but the rose gold/pink-hued Taycan's badge remains obscured by darkness, no matter the image brightness and exposure settings selected in Photoshop.
However, given the other three cars are finished in their launch colours, we'd wager the mystery Taycan is the rear-wheel-drive 'base' variant, unveiled for the Chinese market in 2020 (below) with a unique 'Frozen Berry' exterior colour – highly reminiscent of the hue pictured in the teaser.
Given the entry-level Taycan is currently offered only in China, it's likely Porsche's announcement – expected to be imminent, given the 'Stay tuned' wording of the teaser – will see the rear-drive EV make its way to Europe, and in time, likely Australia as well.
Revealed in July 2020, the base Taycan develops up to 350kW of power from its sole rear electric motor, mated to an available 93.4kWh lithium-ion battery pack for a claimed 489km of range on the NEDC test cycle.
Stay tuned to CarAdvice for the European-market, rear-wheel-drive 2021 Porsche Taycan's full debut, expected to take place in the coming days or weeks.