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The Taycan is featured in the most recent episode of 9:11 Magazine. Beautifully shot feature for a beautiful car.

9:11 Magazine Episode 14 about “TAYCAN”: Aksel Lund Svindal: through Norway in the Taycan; Taycan production from a special perspective; Product line director Dr. Stefan Weckbach on the 4S; A heart of copper: hairpin technology; Milestones on the way to the first all-electric Porsche

Chapter 1–In Norway with the Taycan: Aksel Lund Svindal [00:24]
Olympic gold medalist, world champion, world cup winner: Aksel Lund Svindal is and remains a superstar of alpine skiing. The Norwegian is now exploring new slopes: sporty, dynamic, and with respect for nature. The Porsche brand ambassador is taking on the snow of his homeland in the all-electric Taycan Turbo. An electrifying journey through the land of fjords.

Chapter 2—A Taycan emerges—from the body to the crest [03:04]
With the Taycan, Porsche is opening a new chapter in automotive manufacturing history. The sports car icon is built at the main plant in Zuffenhausen. The state-of-the-art production starts in a Zero Impact Factory: flexible and networked, with responsible and efficient use of resources, and a laser-like focus on sustainability and environmental protection. The Taycan experiences Production 4.0 “in the flesh” as it moves from body construction to the crest.

Chapter 3—The Porsche Taycan 4S: performance in snow and ice [05:14]
A winter wonderland and a fascinating sports car: In Levi, Finland, the Porsche Taycan 4S demonstrates that it delivers top performance even in the extremest of winter conditions. One reason for that is the innovative thermal management in the first all-electric sports car from Porsche. Taycan product line director Dr. Stefan Weckbach explains what makes the Taycan a winter natural.

Chapter 4—The secret to electric power from Porsche: hairpin technology [07:38]
Innovative technology has always been one of Porsche’s calling cards. In the Taycan, the newly developed hairpin technology in the stator, the heart of any electric motor, delivers higher torque and sustained output.

Chapter 5—The Taycan: How Porsche electrified the sports car [08:50]
Porsche is setting new standards with the Taycan. 800-volt architecture for up to 450 km of range in the WLTP, a charging system that “fuels up” for a 100-km trip in just five minutes. And: Typical Porsche performance. The Taycan goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds. Driving dynamics, design, technology, cockpit ergonomics, charging times –the Taycan opens the e-mobility chapter at Porsche.
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The extended cut of this 9:11 episode is now posted:

“The Taycan concept works”: Stefan Weckbach looks back—and ahead Taycan product line director Dr. Stefan Weckbach has been on hand for every development stage of the first all-electric Porsche. From the first design concepts and the various construction phases to the special features of the new electric motor, recuperation and charging communication. In this interview, he talks about the importance of the Taycan for Porsche and him personally.
9:11 Magazine Episode 14: IN SNOW AND ICE Extended Version

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