Porsche Taycan Facelift 2024 Enters Global Market, See Power and Range Details

Akash Kumar Mishra
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Porsche Taycan Facelift

Porsche has globally unveiled the 2024 Taycan facelift. The 2024 Porsche Taycan facelift has a few changes to its design and interior, but major upgrades have been made to its electrical engineering.

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Design and Dimensions

The new Porsche Taycan facelift now comes with detailed optics and HD-matrix LED headlamps, while the bumper gets minor changes, including updated air vents. Changes at the rear remain the same, with a new bumper and taillights. The model also gets optimized aero alloy wheels with low rolling resistance tyres.

The cabin in the Taycan facelift is as feature-packed as ever. Still, the main changes include an updated digital instrument console, a larger infotainment system with software updates, and a third screen for the front passenger. With the latest update, the automaker also introduces leather-free seat upholstery options.

Powertrain Details

The new Porsche Taycan facelift sees significant changes in the bodywork. The rear axle motor now produces significantly more power at 105 bhp, rising to 939 bhp in the top-spec Taycan Turbo S, making it the most powerful Porsche ever. Performance figures have been improved, with 0-100 km/h acceleration coming in 2.4 seconds, down from 2.4 seconds of its predecessor, making it the fastest Porsche ever.

Significant changes have been made to the base rear-wheel-drive variant of the Taycan, which now packs significantly more power. The electric motor now produces 476 bhp, up from 321 bhp in the old model. All variants can be equipped with the Sport Chrono package for the Push to Pass button.

Battery, Motor, and Performance

The 2024 Taycan facelift’s battery options now include 89 and 105 kWh units, up from the 79.2 kWh and 93.4 kWh battery packs on the outgoing model. The fast-charging window has also increased to 10-80 per cent, now taking just 18 minutes compared to the previous 37 minutes.

Braking regeneration has also improved at speeds up to 400 kW, 30 per cent more than the older version. The automaker has not revealed the range of the updated models but has said that the maximum range is now 678 km, which is 35 per cent more.

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