TaycanForum is proud to bring you a rendered preview of what the Targa Taycan and the Sport Turismo Taycan could look like. We know through public statements made by the company that Porsche has plans to bring to market a whole family of battery-electric Taycan variants thanks to its highly modifiable J1 platform. Porsche Taycan Targa First up below is a shorter wheelbase two-door Targa version that features a large glazed glass opening that slides down from the windshield to the rear hatch area. Recent reports indicate that the Targa Taycan is slated for launch in 2020-21 and will be produced at the Zuffenhausen plant alongside the regular-bodied Taycan. Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo Here we've rendered a Sport Turismo Taycan sportwagon which features the fastback design previewed in recent spy photos which showed that Porsche decided for a sportier roofline and stance than the more crossover features of the Mission E Cross Turismo of which the sportwagon Taycan would be loosely based.