I hope you like screens, cause there are loads of 'em.
Porsche on Thursday unveiled a series of sketches and renderings detailing the Taycan's interior.
The sketches don't leave much to the imagination.
But this preview really hits home in the renderings, which look like true-to-life photographs.
First and foremost, it looks pretty darn similar to both the current Porsche 911 and every one before it -- one of Porsche's goals.
In the middle is a 10.9-inch infotainment screen and a smaller, optional infotainment screen across from the passenger, blending into the first in a single band of glass.
There's a 16.8-inch screen where the gauge cluster should be, with four modes on offer.
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