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The Taycan Cross Turismo is the culmination of several years of development that began with the Mission E Cross Turismo concept in 2018. Sharing the innovative 800-volt architecture of its sports saloon sibling, the Cross Turismo offers the same exceptional levels of performance and rapid charging capabilities, but introduces a suite of new features oriented around both family life and sporty outdoor pursuits.
The all-electric Taycan Cross Turismo comes in four derivatives – the Taycan 4, Taycan 4S, Taycan Turbo and Taycan Turbo S.
Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo models official WLTP combined energy consumption 26.4-22.4 kWh/100km, WLTP combined CO₂ emissions 0g/km.Discover more
Some focus on making the most of every day, but we make the most of every second. For the new 911 GT3, we’ve refined everything that makes a genuine sports car: aerodynamics, performance, tuning, driving pleasure and adrenaline.
The 4.0 litre six-cylinder naturally aspirated engine feels and sounds close to the racetrack, as it revs to an astonishing 9,000 rpm. For those who appreciate that time is precious, the 911 GT3 delivers this message within a driver-focused vehicle concept for high driving pleasure and pure performance.
Porsche 911 GT3 official WLTP combined fuel consumption 21.7-21.9 mpg, WLTP CO2 combined emissions 294 – 293 g/kmDiscover more
The new Taycan is driven by a powerful Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor at the rear axle. With the same unmistakable exterior design, inspired by the Mission E concept, specific details such as the five-spoke design of its aerodynamically optimised 19-Inch Taycan Aero wheels, brake calipers in Black and side window trims make it as inspiring to look at as it is to drive.
The Performance Battery as standard, delivers a remarkable 326PS (380PS with the optional Performance Battery Plus). With overboost under Launch Control, the maximum power output is up to 408PS (476PS with the Performance Battery Plus). Enough to propel the Taycan from 0-62mph in 5.4s and onto a top speed of 143 mph.*
Porsche Taycan models WLTP combined energy consumption 25.4 – 20.4 kWh/100 km, WLTP combined CO₂ emissions 0 g/km.
*Where is it safe and legal to do so.Discover more
True beauty knows no age. The Boxster 25 years is arguably one of the best examples of this. Confident in style, it combines its unmistakable lines and design language with references to the very first concept study in 1993. This makes it our homage to the concept of the Boxster – to driving pleasure and feeling forever young.
Porsche Boxster 25 years official WLTP combined fuel consumption 25.9 – 28.0 mpg, WLTP CO₂ combined emissions 247 – 230 g/km.
With the Panamera, we consistently went our own way, always stayed true to our roots – and have thus injected the typical Porsche DNA into the luxury saloon segment. With the new Panamera, we are now pursuing this path just as consistently.
We asked ourselves one question: should a sports saloon really look like a saloon? The new Panamera answers this question with an unequivocal no. Whether Panamera or Panamera Sport Turismo – the silhouette and proportions are unmistakably Porsche. Athletic, streamlined, with clear contours and powerful curves.
Porsche Panamera models WLTP combined fuel consumption 21.2 – 27.7 mpg, WLTP CO₂ combined emissions 302 – 232 g/km.