Automobile Mag drove the Taycan Turismo: Gets 3.1s 0-62 mph

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Yes - looks positive. Hopefully the sedan will be somewhat lighter. Any guesses?
 
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Yes - looks positive. Hopefully the sedan will be somewhat lighter. Any guesses?
This was still a 2017 prototype so I'd wager the Turismo will be a little lighter and the sedan a little lighter than that. But the Panamera Turismo is barely heavier than normal so I think around 4600 pounds is the target.

Keep in mind the ridiculous center of gravity will make that feel a lot more nimble than a similarly weighted Panamera.

Also I'm not sure about the base Taycan but if the Turismo looks exactly like the one they tested.. YES PLEASE.
 
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Can't read it...

"Due to the EU’s Global Data Protection Regulation, our website is currently unavailable to visitors from most European countries.".....

Maybe you can copy/paste the article here?
 
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