Porsche is well and truly on the road of expansion, with this German luxury car brand introducing two new models at the Los Angeles Auto Show. They include the Taycan Sport Turismo and GTS. Each of the vehicles belongs to the saloon and estate body style category of automobiles. The move by the brand to expand has been happening on the global stage for some time now. However, only recently, Porsche has brought its expansion plans to India on a local level. To know more about the Taycan Sport Turismo and GTS launch, continue reading this article presented by MWTV.
Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo, what are is its unique selling point or USP?
The Tayacan Sport Turismo is developed by combining the estate style body seen with that of the lower ride height observed in a saloon. Cross Turismo According to brand Porsche, they built this model keeping in mind customers who want the everyday utility of the Cross and the on-road performance delivered by a saloon. Therefore, this Porsche Tayacan model comprises a body shaped by an estate-type car with a 1,200-litre boot and 45 mm extra headroom over the saloon. Giving it an aesthetically pleasing, hunkered down stance look. In addition, to enhance road performance, Porsche has removed the ‘Gravel’ mode from the Sport Turismo, which is available in the Cross Turismo.
Introduction of the Porsche Taycan GTS model:
Brand Porsche also introduced a GTS automobile version of Taycan Sport Turismo. This vehicle is driven by a 93.4 kWh battery pack possessing 590 hp maximum power in launch control mode. Furthermore, Porsche can accelerate at about 250 km/h in under 3.7 seconds. Like other GTS model’s this car too is filled with black exterior trim elements and unique Race-Tex upholstery. It does not consist of an exhaust system and has an electric sport sound that accompanies acceleration. This model also comes along with an optional rear-wheel steering system along with a sunroof consisting of ‘Variable Light Control.’ Which, on the pressing of a button, turns the glass from clear to opaque.
With the launching of the Taycan GTS and Tayacan Sport Turismo models in India, Porsche is all set to take brand expansion within the country up to the next level.