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Porsche Taycan Turbo S

On Average £142,400
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Porsche Taycan Turbo S  Charging Guide

Porsche has long been a brand which has been associated with fast cars and luxury. As with many car manufacturers, and largely due to global pressure for a more sustainable future, Porsche has released a few hybrid offerings over the years but the Taycan is the first all-electric vehicle in its fleet.

What the Porsche Taycan does better than other electric cars, is prove that style and substance go hand in hand. This fully electric vehicle handles like a dream whilst showing Porsche’s talent for turning any shape into a sports car.

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Can Porsche Taycan Turbo S use a Tesla charger?

Yes, the Porsche Taycan is compatible with the Tesla Supercharger. If you need some ultra-fast charging whilst you’re out, finding a supercharger can offer exactly that.

Although the supercharger is an effective charging method away from home, choosing to install a home EV charger will ensure you can charge at home in the most economical way possible. With the ability to charge the Porsche Taycan using surplus energy created from your home solar panels, a dedicated charger allows you to be in full control of your home charging.

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How much is a Porsche Taycan Turbo S?

Starting at £142,400*, it’s safe to say that the Porsche Taycan is one of the more expensive electric vehicles available.

As with all the cars in Porsche’s fleet, there seems to be an endless list of customisations from the exterior colour to the stitching on the interior. Of course, this all comes at an additional cost.

*prices correct as of October 2023.

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Is the Porsche Taycan fully electric?

Yes. The Porsche Taycan is the first fully electric offering by Porsche. With a three-year warranty as standard as well as an additional 8-year warranty covering the battery, you can be sure your investment is protected.

The Porsche Taycan doesn’t just guarantee the battery won’t fail for those first 8 years, it actually guarantees that the battery won’t drop below 70% of its original capacity. An addition which is not standard with all EVs.

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