> This wagon version could be introduced two years after the regular Taycan launches in 2019
> Will definitely be priced higher than the regular Taycan.
After Porsche publicised its Mission E (EV) to be christened Taycan a few months ago, there’s been a lot of speculation about what may be the other body-styles to follow. And bang in the middle of that, this prototype makes a first appearance.
Now, while some sources believe that this could indeed be Porsche’s Cross Turismo concept - an off-road iteration of the Taycan, we feel otherwise. In fact, we couldn’t help but notice the obvious extended profile section which essentially gives away its wagon identity. And in our opinion, a wagon version of the Taycan that’s called Taycan Sport Turismo.
Rumours have it that the Taycan could make it to the market in variable states of power output, such as a Taycan Carrera, the Taycan Carrera S, and possibly a Taycan Turbo too. However, it is still unclear as to whether the Taycan Sport Turismo (wagon version) will get cloned to these versions also. Stay tuned to CarWale for more details in the time to come.