Porsche has brought Taycan prototype at their Experience Center in Shanghai. It marks the first time German luxury automaker is showing it to audience in The Republic of China. 2020 Porsche Taycan Prototype is lightly prototyped and set to make three appearances on three countries which are UK, US and China. Each appearance will be accompanied by a tribute graphic on the prototype’s roof. Shanghai’s 2020 Porsche Taycan Prototype will sport a dragon. 2020 Porsche Taycan Prototype will be revealed in final production at Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Li Chao who is competing in the Porsche’s Asian Carrera Cup series was given the responsibility to took Taycan prototype for its first official demo laps at the handling track of the Porsche Experience Center in Shanghai. Li Chao dubbed Taycan prototype as uncompromisingly sporty and surprisingly comfortable. The chassis of new Taycan covers a wide range and successfully combines precise handling of a sports car and long-distance comfort of a saloon. Additionally, there is also low centre of gravity, the rear-axle steering that plays a critical role in its performance.
Specs for the 2020 Porsche Taycan has already been confirmed. Italian automaker’s first battery-electric model is able to accelerate from zero to 62mph in just 3.5 seconds whereas it takes less than 12 seconds to hit 0-124mph. Top speed exceeds 155mph. This electric Porsche will participate in the Hill Run at Festival of Speed in Goodwood and will be driven by Mark Webber. There is another demo at the season finale of Formula E championship in New York with Neel Jani at driver’s seat.