Porsche Taycan Spotted Doing Some Winter Driving Tests

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New images show the upcoming Porsche Taycan being winter tested in Norway's ahead of its release this year. The upcoming Taycan is the first all-electric vehicle from Porsche and hopes to give Tesla a run for its money.

These new photos captured by [members of the Taycan Forum](# Porsche Taycan Spotted Doing Some Winter Driving Tests

New images show the upcoming Porsche Taycan being winter tested in Norway's ahead of its release this year. The upcoming Taycan is the first all-electric vehicle from Porsche and hopes to give Tesla a run for its money.

These new photos captured by members of the Taycan Forum show off the car being winter tested in Norway.

The photos show off different angles of the car, and also showcase the door handles, rear trunk and even a look at the high-performance brakes.

Porsche has assured people the car will be track ready and these large disk brakes appear to back that up. Not only will the car have great brakes, but also a high-performance power train.

The lowest end Taycan starts at $85,000 USD and features a 90kWh battery pack able to give it 400km (250 miles) of range on a single charge. There will also be two higher end version which will feature larger battery packs capable of achieving a little over 480km (300 miles) on a single change. Keeping in mind that optimal driving conditions, with it being a high-performance sports car your range may vary.

It will be interesting to see how the Taycan ends up selling compared to other electric cars in the market. Tesla has a tremendous head start, but Porsche has a powerful brand which could allow them to put up a fight against Tesla in the long run.) show off the car being winter tested in Norway.

The photos show off different angles of the car, and also showcase the door handles, rear trunk and even a look at the high-performance brakes.

Porsche has assured people the car will be track ready and these large disk brakes appear to back that up. Not only will the car have great brakes, but also a high-performance power train.

The lowest end Taycan starts at $85,000 USD and features a 90kWh battery pack able to give it 400km (250 miles) of range on a single charge. There will also be two higher end version which will feature larger battery packs capable of achieving a little over 480km (300 miles) on a single change. Keeping in mind that optimal driving conditions, with it being a high-performance sports car your range may vary.

It will be interesting to see how the Taycan ends up selling compared to other electric cars in the market. Tesla has a tremendous head start, but Porsche has a powerful brand which could allow them to put up a fight against Tesla in the long run.

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