It's been discovered that Porsche ran a Taycan Turbo, not the more powerful Turbo S model at the German racetrack.
The lap time isn't official, but it appears Tesla's stripped-down Model S is a rocket.
The sound is undeniably cool, but charging for it on a car that starts at $150,000 is excessive.
The German brand's sports car makes the company a lot of money. Like, a ton.
The non-S Carrera 4 has long been a popular option and it looks like it'll remain that way in its 992 guise.
The EV wars are heating up and Germany's vaunted Nurburgring Nordschleife is the new battleground. The new Taycan set a better-than-commendable 7:42, and Porsche welcomes the competition.
The Carrera 4 pairs all-wheel drive with the 911's base engine.
While the Taycan Turbo will launch first, more affordable flavors are coming soon.