2021 Porsche Taycan Rear-Wheel Drive: Review

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Test Taycan
Porsche provides us with a 2021 Taycan painted in the unusual hue of Frozen Berry Metallic (admittedly not our first color choice). This rear-drive Taycan functions as the entry version of the lineup at a base MSRP of $79,900; however, our test vehicle included a long list of optional extras. Additional goodies included leather trim, Performance Battery Plus, Adaptive Air Suspension, a Sport Chrono Package, rear-axle steering and a passenger display for a total MSRP of $110,920. The Tesla Model S is the only fully electric competitor to the Taycan; however, other similar non-EV competitor vehicles include the BMW 8 Series, Audi S7, Maserati Quattroporte and Mercedes-AMG GT Four Door.

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