2025 Porsche Taycan Turbo GT Reveal – Livestream

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Source: Evo

Today, Porsche is unveiling an upgraded version of their electric car, the Taycan. They’re calling it the “Turbo GT,” hinting at its increased power. This souped-up sedan is aiming to compete with other top electric cars like the Tesla Model S Plaid and the Lucid Air Sapphire.

Spy shots of the Taycan Turbo GT cruising around the Nürburgring show off its sportier design, including a flashy rear wing and some subtle tweaks to improve airflow. It seems like Porsche might have also worked on shedding some weight to make it even faster. This move follows their strategy with the Cayenne Turbo GT, which also got more power and slimmed down.

Porsche Taycan Turbo GT
Source: Evo

And get this – the Taycan Turbo GT already holds a lap record at the Nürburgring for electric cars. So, it’s one to watch out for in the electric car world.

We’re eagerly awaiting confirmation on whether the rumors about a third motor for the Taycan Turbo GT are true. But even if they’re not, brace yourself for some serious power – we’re talking four digits combined. Picture this: lightning-fast acceleration that could potentially clock in the low two-second range for a 0 to 60 mph sprint. It’s shaping up to be the most powerful Porsche ever put into production, at least until the Mission X supercar hits the market.

2025 Porsche Taycan Turbo GT
Source: Evo

Now, let’s be real – the Taycan Turbo GT isn’t going to single-handedly save the planet with its electric drivetrain. But that’s not the point. Porsche wants to show that an electric car can be more than just insanely quick in a straight line. It’s about delivering a thrilling driving experience, even if it’s on a track, despite its hefty curb weight. Sure, pushing it to the limit will drain the battery faster, but for the owners, that exhilaration is worth it.

But here’s the kicker: prepare your wallets. If a 2025 Taycan Turbo S already commands a hefty $210,995 price tag, expect to shell out at least an extra $20,000 for this new Turbo GT variant. And if you start ticking those option boxes, you might just find yourself looking at a quarter of a million dollars for the ultimate Porsche experience.

Source: Porsche

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