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2020 Porsche Taycan drivetrain details announced

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2020 Porsche Taycan drivetrain details announced

The first details about the Porsche Taycan and its all-electric drivetrain have been revealed by the Zuffenhausen-based car maker. The Taycan will be powered by two permanently excited synchronous motors, one for each axle, and each featuring a permanently magnetised rotor which spins thanks to a stator's magnetic field...

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Porsche Taycan: Orders building for brand-first EV - report
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Porsche Taycan: Orders building for brand-first EV - report

The Porsche Taycan hasn't even been revealed in its final form yet, but orders are already coming in thick and fast. Speaking with the Autocar, managing director for Porsche UK, Alexander Pollich, confirmed order books opened earlier this month and interest has been strong...


Porsche celebrates 70 years - video
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Porsche celebrates 70 years - video

In case you missed our podcast, the 911 Speedster reveal, and Taycan name announcement last week, Porsche is celebrating 70 years since its first car, the 356 Roadster, was registered. To celebrate, the brand has put together a brief video celebrating its history, and reiterating what it's all about...


2020 Porsche Taycan teased – video
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2020 Porsche Taycan teased – video

Porsche has published a teaser video for its upcoming Taycan electric sports car, the production version of the Mission E concept. It won't enter the market until 2019, but the German marque is keen to highlight the fact it hasn't lost its mojo with electric power...


Porsche Taycan: Mission E's production name revealed, here in 2020
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Porsche Taycan: Mission E's production name revealed, here in 2020

Porsche has announced its first all-electric model, previewed by the Mission E, will be known as the Taycan when it enters production next year. According to Porsche, the Taycan name is a Eurasian word that roughly translates to "lively young horse" and is a reference to the "leaping steed" on the company's badge...