After a long test period in many areas of the planet and on all terrain, Porsche engineers completed the tests program of the first purely electric-powered model of the brand. Taycan was tough tested at temperatures from -35 to 50 degrees Celsius.
The technicians assessed each part of the vehicle and especially the operation of the electrical assembly and the performance of the batteries in the most extreme weather conditions.
The tests were carried out at altitudes from 85 to 3,000 meters, with humidity levels ranging from 20 to 100%. Battery charging has taken place in different sockets and different networks, exceeding 100,000 hours.
Now, it’s time to prepare for the world premiere. Taycan will make an official debut at the Frankfurt exhibition in September, but the production release will be revealed earlier.
In the autumn will pass the factory door in Zuffenhausen and start building. Orders have surpassed all expectations, with Porsche already considering increasing production.