Porsche's upcoming all-electric performance wagon will be officially unveiled next month, with the first Australian deliveries expected during 2022.
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The upcoming 2021 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo has been teased in (light) camouflage, with product vice president Stefan Weckbach outlining the all-electric performance wagon's styling and features in a new video.

While powertrain details are yet to be confirmed, the Taycan Cross Turismo is all-but-certain to retain the twin-motor set-up offered in the 4S, Turbo, and Turbo S sedan variants (which develop 390kW, 420kW and 560kW respectively).

The same applies for the existing 79kWh and 93kWh battery pack options, allowing for real-world driving ranges between 365km and 420km.

Luggage space is expected to increase to 500 litres – up from 447 litres in the Taycan sedan – and the new teaser video also confirms roof rails will come standard for added practicality.

According to Mr Weckbach, the wagon has been configured for light off-roading – the suspension has been raised to improve ground clearance, while a CUV (cross utility vehicle) driving mode will also come standard.

The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is set to be revealed on 4 March 2021. CarAdvice understands the all-electric wagon will be offered in Australia, with the first local deliveries expected in 2022.

Pricing is yet to be confirmed, however, the entry-level 4S sedan starts at $190,400 plus on-road cost in Australia.

Assuming a price bump of approximately $15,000 for the wagon variant – as seen in the Panamera line-up – it's likely the cheapest Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo will be priced from approximately $205,000 plus on-road costs.