Porsche has unveiled the interiors of the Taycan ahead of its official launch at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show. This is Porsche’s first EV and was unveiled in production guise last year.
The cabin, as expected, is typical Porsche with many familiar elements that will make the interiors instantly recognisable. The layout is all too familiar with signature elements like the steering wheel, instrument cluster and the dashboard. However, the cabin is entirely dominated by 5 screens with one even present for the passenger.
The entire centre console is hollow (no transmission tunnel) but retains the signature Porsche design and houses one of the five screens that control the climate control system. The lower half of this screen is a haptic feedback touchpad for input. Porsche has also included a virtual assistant for the first time that can be controlled through voice commands.
Overall, even in this early glimpse, we can tell that Porsche has managed to find that right balance between keeping its traditions alive as well as ushering the brand into the modern era. The Taycan will be unveiled in official guise on September 4 with a launch at the Frankfurt Motor Show.