There’s a new Porsche car coming and despite the way it looks, it’s not a fresh all-electric Panamera. It’s the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo. The car was spied on the roads east of Weissach, Germany, doing its finally testing wearing very little camouflage.
We already know that the underpinnings of the new car are pretty much the same as what’s in the Taycan sedan. Its outside isn’t too dissimilar from the Taycan either, with much of the face holding the family looks and its back getting a sport wagon treatment that’s similar to the Panamera – new fenders a longer roof, and a hatchback. The car also has an increased ride height.
And that’s just what we can see from the photos. The car was darting along the countryside between frozen farmland and snow-covered forests. Porsche has confirmed many of these details and they were the ones that released the photos of the car testing – something usually left up to a spy photographer but in a COVID world, here we are.
They also released a video showcasing the car and its testing journey, featuring Stefan Weckbach, Vice President of the Taycan product line at Porsche. Take a watch.
The Camouflaged Taycan Cross Turismo Hits the Road
Just a few days later, Porsche released video of the inside of the Taycan Cross Turismo, giving enthusiasts a peek behind the scenes on its development.
Taycan Cross Turismo – Inner Space
The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is expected to be fully revealed later this year.