We Got a Tire-Squealing Ride in a 2020 Porsche Taycan. Here’s What We Learned

Porsche’s electric sports sedan is almost here and feels ready to impress.

Porsche’s high-performance electric sedan, the 2020 Taycan, is almost here. Just ahead of its formal debut on September 4th, we got a chance to ride along in a prototype with Porsche’s product line director for EVs, Robert Meier.

Although the company is still holding back a lot of details on what is arguably the first direct Tesla competitor, we rode in a top-of-the line performance variant with the larger of two battery-pack options, carbon-ceramic brake rotors, active anti-roll bars, air springs, rear-wheel steering, and a 21-inch wheel-and-tire package.

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