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2020 Porsche Taycan

What’s new

  • The Porsche Taycan is a new high-performance electric sport sedan
  • 2020 is the first year for Porsche's flagship EV

Pros & Cons

  • Rapid acceleration and enjoyable, hunkered-down handling
  • Potential for very quick fast-charging capability
  • Four-door practicality plus two trunks
  • Impressive build quality and interior finish
  • Rear legroom isn't overly generous
  • EV greatness comes at a commensurately great price
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$103,800 - $185,000
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2020 Porsche Taycan Review

When Porsche revealed the Mission E concept car at the 2015 Frankfurt auto show, everyone was shocked by the very idea of an all-electric Porsche sports car. We were leery too, but now that we've driven the 2020 Taycan, we can confirm that the Taycan provides the performance, style and build precision that you'd expect from the marque. The Taycan may well be an electric sedan, but first and foremost it feels every bit a true Porsche.

The Taycan is smaller and more tightly proportioned than the Panamera. It has a muscular stance and a graceful roofline that makes it look more like an upsized four-door 911 instead of a downsized Panamera. It's also got about 200 miles of EPA-estimated range and enough performance to make you question why you'd ever buy a 911 again.

If you're interested in a fast and luxurious EV, Tesla would no doubt like a word with you. The Model S essentially created this segment and remains a great choice. Yet the Porsche brand has cachet by the bucketload, and its high-performance credentials are unquestionable. Porsche is, after all, famous for making driver's cars, and the Taycan is no exception.

How does the Taycan drive?

Edmunds has driven the Taycan 4S with the Performance Battery Plus, and it would be absurd to suggest it wants for performance. With an instantaneous slug of torque available on demand, coupled with the traction of all-wheel drive, it feels every bit a supercar. Indeed, its performance is such that we'd seriously question the need to upgrade to the Turbo models.

There's no regenerative braking when you lift off the accelerator — so-called one-pedal driving. Porsche wants the Taycan — at least in this regard — to feel like a regular car. But there is substantial regenerative braking behind the scenes once you push on the brake pedal, and it meshes seamlessly with the regular friction brakes. The Taycan's brake pedal is firm and easy to modulate and gives you the same sure and confident brake control you'll find in any Porsche.

How comfortable is the Taycan?

The seating is cushy but not enveloping. Lateral support is lacking for any dynamic driving. Still, we managed 9.5 hours behind the wheel in a day without feeling completely beat up, so that should say something. The rear seats aren't nearly as good with their overly prominent lumbar support and floor height that's just slightly high.

Ride comfort, on the other hand, is impressive. Given how much the Taycan weighs, and how well it handles, the ride is amazingly well composed. This strength complements a very quiet cabin. And it's not just the car's absence of engine noise. It's also great at insulating you from outside noise.

The single biggest miss here is an overcomplicated climate control system, particularly the virtual vent controls. There's a bit of a lag time when you adjust the vent position, which can get quite distracting if you're on the go. Thankfully, just setting the system to its auto mode works pretty well.

How's the Taycan's interior?

The Taycan's touchscreen interface works pretty well, but it's not perfect. The lower touchscreen controls the climate mainly but can be used to navigate the upper touchscreen with its virtual touchpad. Like other touchscreens, the Taycan's is prone to smudges, though they only appear when the system is off. If you're not open to learning new things, you'll probably hate this interface.

Getting in and out of the Taycan can be a challenge unless you've raised the air suspension to its friendliest setting. Otherwise, the process will feel a lot like getting in and out of a low-slung sports car. The rear roofline also cuts a bit low so watch that head. Once inside, there's lots of space up front but the two-person rear seat is small for a car this long, and the lack of toe space under the front seats makes it feel more cramped.

Rear visibility is perfectly fine, and out front is even better. The windshield pillars are thin in the right places, and door-mounted mirrors ensure objects don't get obscured when you're turning. One negative is the rearview camera. Its wide, fish-eye lens perspective is quite distorted, making it hard to gauge your proximity to what's out back.

How's the Taycan's tech?

The Bose surround sound included in the Premium package is punchy and delivers impressive clarity even when cranked up to volumes you should never approach while driving. The integrated navigation system is easy to learn on the fly. It's also cool that you can display the map in the gauge cluster, even when you've got Apple CarPlay active. Apple CarPlay comes standard, but there's no Android Auto offered. A wireless charger and four USB-C ports are also included.

Our oddly optioned test vehicle was missing a lot of the Taycan's available advanced driver safety aids. The ones that were present, such as the lane-keeping system, were overbearing at times as well.

The optional surround-view camera system is useful and nicely integrated with the parking assist sensors, though it's worth mentioning our test car's system was inoperable for an entire week until it decided it wasn't broken anymore.

How's the Taycan's storage?

The rear trunk space, at 14.3 cubic feet, is a bit small. You'll have to push cargo in farther than you think to clear the slope of the trunklid, too. Helping matters is some underfloor storage and 60/40-split rear seats that also fold down flat. The front trunk offers an additional 2.8 cubic feet of storage, which can fit a small roller bag.

There's slightly better interior storage than what most German luxury sedans provide. The armrest bin is pretty modest, but there's a bonus cubby beneath the lower touchscreen where you can store things like sunglasses, COVID face masks, or even a small purse. The door pockets will hold a water bottle each, but the glovebox won't hold much else other than the vehicle's owners manual.

Got kids in safety seats? The Isofix car seat anchors are easy to locate, though the tilt of the rear seat bottom is steeper than usual. Getting the adjustment of your car seat's base correct could prove tricky. Rear-seat legroom is a little tight for installing a rear-facing safety seat, so you might have to move the front seats up a bit depending on where you typically have them positioned.

How economical is the Taycan?

The EPA lists the Taycan 4S' range at 203 miles with a consumption of 49 kWh used per 100 miles. That's the EV equivalent of a gas guzzler — a BMW i3 uses just 30 kWh of electricity per 100 miles driven, for example. Even Tesla's Model S Performance checks in at an EPA-estimated 32 kWh/100 miles and the Audi e-tron is at 46 kWh/100 miles. Keep reading, however.

In Edmunds testing, we measured significantly better range and lower consumption with our Taycan 4S test car. Using settings that a typical owner would, and not necessarily the default settings that the EPA mandates for its testing, we drove a route with both city and highway roads. We made it 323.3 miles on a full battery and used 32.3 kWh/100 miles.

The main takeaway here is that the EPA's numbers are pretty conservative. You'll likely be able to regularly get better range and efficiency in real-world driving.

Is the Taycan a good value?

Most EVs don't come cheap, but Porsche's Taycan takes it to a new level. It's like shopping in the boutique vitamin aisle at Whole Foods. Even the "base model" 4S starts a few thousand above the priciest Tesla (currently the Model X Performance). That said, no Taycan owner is going to be worrying about questionable build practices or glitchy firmware updates that a Tesla owner might. Porsche has also done a nice job with the Taycan's interior and imparting a pleasing tactile feel to the switches and buttons (or at least what's left of them, outside of touchscreen control).

Warranty and roadside assistance for the Taycan is pretty standard for the luxury class, but the Taycan has exceptional benefits with fast charging. Its 800-volt EV architecture allows charging at an exceptionally high peak rate of 270 kW. (Tesla's quickest-charging Model 3 can handle 250 kW at its peak.) This can potentially get you from a nearly empty battery to 80% full in about 22 minutes.

Alas, this is only possible at a high-powered Electrify America charging station. Porsche includes three years of free charging at these public stations, where your first 30 mins of each charge are free. The Taycan also comes with a 240-volt capable charge cord. Assuming you have a sufficiently capable 240-volt outlet in your garage (a NEMA 14-50), you can use the cord and avoid having to buy a home charging station if you don't want to.

Wildcard?

There was never any doubt that the Taycan would be a performer, and even the base model 4S offers plenty of thrills. Speed can be accessed anywhere, but that's expected now of any luxury EV. Where the Taycan impresses is its composure and the sensation behind the wheel. It delivers what you'd want of any high-performance sedan when you press it, but for the rest of the time it's simply an exceptionally comfortable car to be in.

And EV or not, the Taycan is simply a great-looking vehicle. It could run on diesel and people would be drawn to it. It looks familiar but also special, and most, if not all, details are functional — that low-slung ride position is for aero, not just for stance, bro. Porsche's first production EV aimed to wow, and wow it does.

Which Taycan does Edmunds recommend?

Although the Turbo and Turbo S models are undoubtedly great fun, we'd advise choosing the 4S. It gives away very little in terms of performance while offering a significant cost saving. As for options, consider getting rear-wheel steering for added nimbleness and maneuverability. You'll also likely want the traffic-adaptive cruise control, which can help reduce driver fatigue in heavy traffic.

Porsche Taycan models

The 2020 Taycan is available in three trim levels: the 4S, Turbo, Turbo S. Each trim comes well appointed with the luxury materials you'd expect in a Porsche, as well as endless options for personalization. All Taycans are all-wheel-drive. The 4S comes standard with the 79-kWh Performance Battery, while the Turbo and Turbo S models come standard with the 93-kWh Performance Battery Plus. That battery is optional on the 4S. Highlight features for each trim include:

4S
Starts you off with:

  • 552 horsepower, or 563 hp with the bigger battery pack
  • LED headlights
  • Adaptive air suspension (adjusts ride comfort and ride height)
  • 19-inch wheels
  • Power-adjustable front seats
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control

Technology and safety features include:

  • Frontal collision mitigation
  • Lane keeping assist
  • Curved 16.8-inch digital instrument panel
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay
  • 10-speaker sound system

Turbo
Adds to the 4S with:

  • 616 hp
  • Bose surround-sound system
  • Front and rear heated seats
  • Adaptive headlights (Porsche Dynamic Lighting System Plus)
  • Upgraded front seats with memory settings
  • Torque vectoring to improve acceleration and handling (Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus)

Turbo S
Includes even more:

  • 750 hp
  • 21-inch wheels
  • Rear-axle steering
  • Sport front seats
  • Carbon-ceramic brakes
  • Sport Chrono package
  • Carbon-fiber interior trim

Most of the above Turbo features are available on the 4S as options. Other key options include:

  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Thermally and noise-insulated windows
  • Upgraded onboard charger
  • Huge variety of exterior and interior customization pieces/colors

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    2020 Porsche Taycan videos

    2020 Porsche Taycan 4S Review & Test Drive - Better Than a 911

    2020 Porsche Taycan 4S Review & Test Drive - Better Than a 911

    [MUSIC PLAYING] ALISTAIR WEAVER: Maybe it's a sign of the times, but in a year that a new 911 and the mid-engine Corvette were unveiled, the car that I was most excited to drive was a Porsche without an engine. The Taycan is the best guide yet to what life for enthusiasts will be like when gas powered cars are just a history lesson. [MUSIC PLAYING] Our own Dan Edmunds-- no relation to the company-- did drive a Taycan a couple of months ago back in Europe. But that was the Turbo S. This is California. And this is the 4S, which is the Taycan that people are actually going to buy. With prices starting at just over $100,000, it's a genuine rival to the Tesla Model S. And it'll be in showrooms as early as this spring. But before we head off down the famous Angeles Crest here in LA, be sure to subscribe to the Edmunds YouTube channel. And head to edmunds.com for all your car shopping needs. So this is launch control, Sport Plus on, foot on brake, foot on throttle, dump the brake out-- [LAUGHS] The 4S comes with a choice of two batteries and two slightly different states of tune. Our car has a larger 93.4 kilowatt hour Performance battery Plus and 563 horsepower. That's almost 200 horsepower less than the monster Turbo S. But it's still not exactly slow. Yes, the 4S doesn't have the ultimate firepower of the Turbo S. The Turbo S does zero to 60 in under three seconds. This does it under the four. But consider that for a minute. Zero to 60 in under four seconds. By any conventional measure, this is still absolutely a super car. And because all the torque, and all performance is so easy to access and so instantaneous, it is tremendously fun to drive. Like the non-turbo charged Turbo models, the 4S has an electric motor at either end to deliver all wheel drive. You also get trick air suspension and electronic damping. So you can set up the car to match the conditions and/or your mood. So the big question about the Taycan was whether Porsche could take all that they've learned over 70 years of doing gas powered cars and translate knowledge, that experience, that Porche-ness into an EV. And, to be honest, I think they've done a brilliant job. Well, the first thing that strikes me on some of these twisting bends here on Angeles Crest is this has the lowest centric gravity of any Porche. And that's all to do with where their motors are and where their battery park is under the floor of the car. And you can really feel it. This car follows incredibly flat. The steering isn't quite as feelsome as it is in the latest 911. But it's still better than almost any other car on the road. The brakes are a real talking point. It's not a so-called one pedaled car, like a Tesla or BMW I3. By that, I mean it doesn't have strong regenerative braking factor. In a Tesla, if you release the accelerator, the regenerative braking takes over. So effectively, you almost never use the brake pedal. Porsche set their Taycan up differently. They wanted it to feel more like a traditional car in type of consistency of response. So when you lift off the throttle, the regen is actually very modest. You actually have to use the brake pedal to either increase the regen to braking or actually to use the traditional pads and rotors. But that's not necessarily a bad thing. But, personally, I do miss the kind of fun of driving a one pedal car while you're just constantly playing with a throttle on and off. What about the big elephant in the room? The lack of noise. Do I miss the sonorous [INAUDIBLE] of a 911? Yeah. On a road like this, absolutely. For me, the noise of the engine has always been a huge part of the Porsche experience. That's also why I'm not much of a fan of the four-cylinder 718 Boxster. Porsche is at least trying their best. We're in normal mode at the moment and you get a kind of faint whine from the motors that sounds pretty much like any other electric car. But if you switch through into Sport Plus mode, which also stiffens that suspension and-- can you hear that? It's the sound of the future. It's completely artificial, of course, and therefore a bit silly. But I think it's kind of fun. The other thing that's really impressive me about the Taycan is just how comfortable it is. The days are long gone when a sports sedan used to give your back a vigorous workout. It's exceptionally comfortable. The ride is on the highway is genuinely luxurious. And even when you put it into Sport Plus mode, like I'm doing here, it's noticeably firmer. But it's never uncomfortable. I think Porche's done a really nice job with the Taycan interior in creating a real sort of sense of occasion and giving a feel that this is a different kind of car with a different kind of purpose, but at the same time making it luxurious Porsche-like, and making sure it actually works. You've got good cup holders here. The screens, which control pretty much everything, all work very sensibly and are actually much easier to use than they are in the new 911, for example. And although they don't get the centralized rev counter that you do in pretty much any Porsche they've ever built, you still get this kind of Porsche-esque display with a centrally mounted speedometer. It makes a little analog clock for the sport chrono in the middle here feel distinctly old school. You sit a little bit higher, a little bit more upright, in a Taycan than you would in 911, for example, largely because you've got a battery pack beneath your backside, whereas in the 911, you can actually sit on the floor of the car. But there's one novelty feature I did want to show you. The head restraints have actually got a little switch here that can slide it out to meet you. I don't think I have ever seen that before. It's kind of nice though. The wheelbase on the Taycan is actually a few inches shorter than it is in the gas powered Panamera. And here, in the back, you can feel the difference. Having said that though, I'm 6' 4" and this driving position is set up for me. So it is possible, even if my knees feel kind of up around my chin. To achieve this, Porche's actually done something quite clever. The battery pack sits underneath the floor of this car. But they've cut a hole in it where your feet go. So your feet are actually effectively sitting between the batteries. And that liberates a little bit more room. There is also just about enough headroom, even if my hairstyle kind of scrapes along the roofline. Could I go a fair distance sat in the back here? Yeah. I reckon I could. You can't review an electric car without talking about range and charging. Official figures are yet to be released. But Porsche reckons the 4S should have a range of around 250 miles in normal driving. That's a chunk less than the Tesla Model S, but should still be enough for most needs. And you can always charge it. Well, this is a Electrify America outlet here. This is not some press gimmick. We're actually in the car park of Walmart. We've plugged it into a DC fast charger here on the right-hand side of the car. And now, at the peak charging rate, you can charge from 5% to 80% of the battery in just over 22 minutes. So that's giving you a range somewhere north of 200 miles. It's pretty impressive. And while it's charging, you can check this little display inside the car. As you can see, 65% charge. That's giving is 162 miles of range. And we currently are adding 4.4 miles per minute. In all honesty, you'll probably only use this system part of the time. If you buy a Taycan and install a 240 volt charger in your garage at home, you should be able to keep it topped up overnight. While we're charging, gives me a little moment to talk about the practicality of the Taycan. In the front here, you've got a frunk, which is based on that sort of space you'd find in a 911. There's just about room in there for an overnight bag. Then if you follow me to the rear, it might look like a hatchback, but this is actually more of a conventional sedan. But, as you can see, there's plenty of scope inside for our bags and our camera kit. It's a proper practical car. And you can fold the rear seats. [MUSIC PLAYING] Crawling back into LA traffic which, let's face it, is probably the reality of how most Taycans will be used on a daily basis, and it is very comfortable. That ride quality's superb. It may be helped on this car by the standard 19-inch wheel rims. If you go up to 20 to 20 [INAUDIBLE], it tends to compromise the ride a little bit. It's very comfortable. There's a great view out. And, of course, it's very quiet. It is, like so many Porches, a genuine everyday car. With prices starting at a little over 100 grand, plus the inevitable Porsche options, the Taycan is priced almost identically to the latest generation 911. And, as we've been crawling back into town, cameraman Charlie and I have been discussing which of these two we'd rather have. And, to be honest, I think we've both shocked ourselves by saying that we'd rather have a Taycan than a 911. Yes, Porche's first electric car really is that good. [MUSIC PLAYING]

    In this video, Alistair Weaver gets behind the wheel of the 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S. During the drive, we explore the abilities of Porsche's first-ever electric car, from its acceleration to how well it handles. While we were suitably impressed with the power and acceleration found in the Turbo S variant, the far less expensive 4S truly stands out. It delivers an excellent driving experience — one you'd expect from a Porsche — at a price that strongly competes against the Tesla Model S.


    Features & Specs

    Turbo 4dr Sedan AWD features & specs
    Turbo 4dr Sedan AWD
    electric 2AM
    MSRP$150,900
    MPG 68 city / 71 hwy
    SeatingSeats 4
    Transmission2-speed automated manual
    HorsepowerN/A
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    Turbo S 4dr Sedan AWD features & specs
    Turbo S 4dr Sedan AWD
    electric 2AM
    MSRP$185,000
    MPG 67 city / 68 hwy
    SeatingSeats 4
    Transmission2-speed automated manual
    HorsepowerN/A
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    4S 4dr Sedan AWD features & specs
    4S 4dr Sedan AWD
    electric 2AM
    MSRP$103,800
    MPG N/A city / N/A hwy
    SeatingSeats 4
    Transmission2-speed automated manual
    HorsepowerN/A
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    Safety

    Our experts’ favorite Taycan safety features:

    Warn and Brake Assist
    Warns you of an impending front collision and applies the brakes in certain scenarios.
    Park Assist
    Aids in tight parking situations, helping you judge the distance between your car and an obstacle.
    Lane Change Assist
    Alerts you if a vehicle in the next lane over is in your blind spot.

    Porsche Taycan vs. the competition

    Porsche Taycan vs. Tesla Model S

    As hard as it might be to see Porsche as the underdog, the electric luxury car segment belongs to the Tesla Model S. The Tesla enjoys stunning performance, ample charging stations and a considerably lower price than even the most affordable Taycan. But the Model S suffers from spotty build quality as well a distinct lack of hardware updates since its launch.

    Compare Porsche Taycan & Tesla Model S features

    Porsche Taycan vs. Audi e-tron

    If a luxury SUV is how you'd rather experience the EV life, you won't find a better example than the Audi e-tron. We're fans of the smooth ride, effortless acceleration and comfortable and spacious interior. And while it's much less expensive than the Taycan, it lacks the range potential and fun of the Taycan.

    Compare Porsche Taycan & Audi e-tron features

    Porsche Taycan vs. Jaguar I-Pace

    The thought of a fully electric Jaguar did raise some eyebrows on its introduction. But having spent a fair bit of time in one, we've been impressed by its enjoyable steering, precise handling and smooth ride. We wish it came with more than one battery option and had less grabby brakes, but it undercuts the price of the Taycan by a substantial margin.

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    FAQ
    Is the Porsche Taycan a good car?
    The Edmunds experts tested the 2020 Taycan both on the road and at the track. Edmunds’ consumer reviews show that the 2020 Taycan gets an average rating of 5 stars out of 5 (based on 1 reviews) You probably care about Porsche Taycan energy consumption, so it's important to know that the Taycan gets an EPA-estimated 68 mpg-e to 69 mpg-e, depending on the configuration. What about cargo capacity? When you're thinking about carrying stuff in your new car, keep in mind that carrying capacity for the Taycan ranges from 15.7 to 17.1 cubic feet of trunk space. And then there's safety and reliability. Edmunds has all the latest NHTSA and IIHS crash-test scores, plus industry-leading expert and consumer reviews to help you understand what it's like to own and maintain a Porsche Taycan. Learn more
    What's new in the 2020 Porsche Taycan?

    According to Edmunds’ car experts, here’s what’s new for the 2020 Porsche Taycan:

    • The Porsche Taycan is a new high-performance electric sport sedan
    • 2020 is the first year for Porsche's flagship EV
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    Is the Porsche Taycan reliable?
    To determine whether the Porsche Taycan is reliable, read Edmunds' authentic consumer reviews, which come from real owners and reveal what it's like to live with the Taycan. Look for specific complaints that keep popping up in the reviews, and be sure to compare the Taycan's 5-star average consumer rating to that of competing vehicles. Learn more
    Is the 2020 Porsche Taycan a good car?
    There's a lot to consider if you're wondering whether the 2020 Porsche Taycan is a good car. Our consumer reviews show that the 2020 Taycan gets an average rating of 5 stars out of 5 (based on 1 reviews). Safety scores, fuel economy, cargo capacity and feature availability should all be factors in determining whether the 2020 Taycan is a good car for you. Learn more
    How much should I pay for a 2020 Porsche Taycan?

    The least-expensive 2020 Porsche Taycan is the 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $103,800.

    Other versions include:

    • Turbo 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM) which starts at $150,900
    • Turbo S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM) which starts at $185,000
    • 4S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM) which starts at $103,800
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    What are the different models of Porsche Taycan?
    If you're interested in the Porsche Taycan, the next question is, which Taycan model is right for you? Taycan variants include Turbo 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM), Turbo S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM), and 4S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM). For a full list of Taycan models, check out Edmunds’ Features & Specs page. Learn more

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    2020 Porsche Taycan Overview

    The 2020 Porsche Taycan is offered in the following submodels: Taycan Sedan. Available styles include Turbo 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM), Turbo S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM), and 4S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM).

    What do people think of the 2020 Porsche Taycan?

    Consumer ratings and reviews are also available for the 2020 Porsche Taycan and all its trim types. Overall, Edmunds users rate the 2020 Taycan 5.0 on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. Edmunds consumer reviews allow users to sift through aggregated consumer reviews to understand what other drivers are saying about any vehicle in our database. Detailed rating breakdowns (including performance, comfort, value, interior, exterior design, build quality, and reliability) are available as well to provide shoppers with a comprehensive understanding of why customers like the 2020 Taycan.

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    Edmunds experts have compiled a robust series of ratings and reviews for the 2020 Porsche Taycan and all model years in our database. Our rich content includes expert reviews and recommendations for the 2020 Taycan featuring deep dives into trim levels and features, performance, mpg, safety, interior, and driving. Edmunds also offers expert ratings, road test and performance data, long-term road tests, first-drive reviews, video reviews and more.

    Our Review Process

    This review was written by a member of Edmunds' editorial team of expert car reviewers. Our team drives every car you can buy. We put the vehicles through rigorous testing, evaluating how they drive and comparing them in detail to their competitors.

    We're also regular people like you, so we pay attention to all the different ways people use their cars every day. We want to know if there's enough room for our families and our weekend gear and whether or not our favorite drink fits in the cupholder. Our editors want to help you make the best decision on a car that fits your life.

    What's a good price for a New 2020 Porsche Taycan?
    2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM)
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    2020 Porsche Taycan 4S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM)

    The 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $105,150. The average price paid for a new 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM) is trending $1,292 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

    Edmunds members save an average of $1,292 by getting upfront special offers. The estimated special offer price in your area is $103,858.

    The average savings for the 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S 4dr Sedan AWD (electric 2AM) is 1.2% below the MSRP.

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