The rear end and rear three-quarter view are quite nice. The profile is not very flattering, but I expect will improve once the false rear window camouflage is removed. The high ride height will require some arch cladding to pull it together. Or Porsche could backtrack and sell it with a more Taycan-like ride height.
I would think that those bits of the Cross Turismo that are camouflaged will look like in this video that came out a year and a half ago:
There's no reason to think otherwise. The front hood is a bit different, but most of the differences from the June 2018 prototype to the production version should be minimal.
I, for one, will only consider the Cross Turismo version of the Taycan. I will be very keen to see what the ground clearance is.