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Electric Driving 101 is an introductory guide where Porsche and VICE help you navigate the exciting world of electric driving.
In this episode, host Hanli Hoefer catches up with creative director Jeffrey Docherty and award-winning film director Tenn Xoomsai, to discover the unique design and aesthetic of what makes an electric Porsche.
Five races in four cities: The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team has kicked-off their debut season. And the desire for more remains. But what is it that drives us all? What encourages us to go further and further and always strive for more?
TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team | Episode 1: The Inner Drive
The 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo is a sensational four-wheel drive electric vehicle with staggering performance. With 625hp it can go from 0-100kph in 3.2sec (0-60mph in 3.0 sec) and and limited to a top speed of 260 kilometres per hour (162mph).
But will it drift? Here’s where you find out.
WILL IT DRIFT? | The Porsche Taycan Turbo | Autocar
‘There will be entry-level models coming off the Taycan,’ R&D chief Dr Michael Steiner said in a phone interview during the coronavirus crisis. ‘There will be a rear-wheel drive model with a smaller battery to make it more accessible price-wise, especially for markets that don’t need 4wd – places like China, where weather conditions mean you don’t need it.’
The first season consists of five episodes, which will be available on all common podcast platforms. In each episode, two thought leaders will discuss the social, economic and ethical questions of our time.
Unveiled in September 2019 hailing a “new era” for the German luxury marque, the Taycan will be offered in Australia in three variants, led by the range-topping Turbo S which The Driven estimates will cost around $400,000, followed by the Turbo at around $350,000 and the entry level Taycan 4S at around $200,000. » […]