Porsche is now producing three new versions of its Taycan EV, which will be cheaper than the original vehicle and range in base price from $105,000 up to $185,000. One of the new iterations of the car is a rear-wheel-drive sedan, that will be more accessible to consumers due to a reduced price. This version of the car was built with Chinese markets in mind, as the all-wheel drive is not required.
The cheapest version of the Tycan EV will be the 4S, which will be powered by a 79.2 kWh battery and two electric motors. The 4S will be able to produce 482 horsepower.
Overall it is clear that Porsche is attempting to make cars that can be purchased by a broader range of consumers.
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