Porsche Taycan to get either an 80 or 96 kWh battery, depending on the version.
British CAR Magazine surprisingly revealed expected specification and prices of the upcoming Porsche Taycan in an article that followed demo rides at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
According to the publication, there will be a few versions of the Taycan, which vary by performance, drive units, battery pack capacity (80-96 kWh) and more:
The lithium-ion batteries will be supplied by LG Chem – 408 pouch cells arranged in 34 modules. The 96 kWh pack weight is 650 kg (1,433 lbs).
Interestingly, peak charging power will initially be 250 kW at 800 V chargers, as the 350 kW will not be ready until 2021.
Now we need to wait and see the official announcement from Porsche.
Below we gathered most of the things known or expected about the Taycan previously:
Source: carmagazine.co.uk via Teslarati
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