June 11, 2024


There is obviously a limited market for incredibly fast electric vehicle station wagons, but we
are thrilled that the 2025 Porsche Taycan expertly meets that need. The Cross Turismo has a
distinct atmosphere due to its long-roof body shape, even though it has the same powertrains
and other components as its sedan brother, the Taycan. Similar to the sedan, the 2025 model
boasts new charging techniques, an enhanced electric motor, and a completely redesigned
battery. The headlamps and fascia have also received some minor visual tweaks. Inside, the
infotainment system has been updated, and the digital instruments are now compatible with
the next generation of Apple CarPlay+, which enables control of the climate functions from
within the app.
Though it may not appear to be much different from the electric vehicle that made its debut
in 2020, the 2025 Porsche Taycan is packing a punch in terms of technology.

What’s New in
2025 Porsche Taycan

To improve performance and efficiency, a number of hardware and software updates are included, such as a lighter rear motor and a new “push-to-pass” feature. For all-wheel drive variants, Porsche’s new Active Ride Suspension is offered, and the adaptive air ride suspension is now standard across the lineup. New fenders and headlamps are among the aesthetic changes, along with a selection of new exterior colors, including the Turbonite accent color for Turbo and Turbo S versions.

A heated steering wheel, a smartphone tray for wireless charging, electrically folding exterior mirrors with mirror surround lighting, ambient interior lighting, and electric charging ports on the driver and front passenger side are just a few of the additional luxury and convenience features that are standard on 2025 models. It is now standard to have the Porsche Intelligent Range Manager (PIRM). Using the navigation system, this all-inclusive system evaluates traffic conditions, takes into account the drive mode and state of charge, and then plots the most effective route, which for longer trips includes the best charging stops along the way.

Powertrain and Performance

With a new rear-axle motor that produces 107 more horsepower than the previous generation, the Taycan has 482 horsepower in its base rear-wheel drive edition and a 4.5-second zero to sixty acceleration time. The Turbo S receives the largest power boost of any Taycan. With a maximum output of 938 horsepower and 818 pound-feet of torque from its dual motor layout, it is now unquestionably Porsche’s most powerful production vehicle ever.

The Turbo S Cross Turismo can reach 60 mph in 2.4 seconds with the sedan taking a tenth less time thanks to Porsche’s incredibly simple launch control system. These times are all 0.3 seconds faster than those of the previous year’s models. The Sport Chrono package’s push-to-pass function may now deliver a bigger boost of 94 horsepower for up to 10 seconds, and the car pulls harder than it did at 60 mph. It resembles receiving an adrenaline shot.

The shifts from the two-speed transmission seem to be more forceful than before, and shifting in an electric vehicle is still a fun experience. Although the 400 kW of energy recovery capacity under braking in the new Taycan represents an increase of more than thirty percent. The additional regen power is clearly evident, and the brake pedal feels fantastic. With no jerkiness or shrieking typical of carbon stoppers, Porsche’s carbon-ceramic brakes continue to be among the best in the business, and the physical braking smoothly integrates with the recovery.

Interior Comfort and Cargo Space

The Taycan boasts a long list of luxurious features and customization options, including two brand-new leather-free options for 2025 that use wool and synthetic materials and are free for Turbo and Turbo S models and cost extra for base models. Similar to the sedan, the wagon

has two seating options: four seats as standard or five seats optionally added, with the latter including a small center seat in the rear row.

Three touchscreens: an 8.4-inch touchscreen built into the center console, an 8.3-inch touchscreen located in the middle of the dashboard, and a curved digital gauge cluster. Along with other appealing amenities like built-in navigation, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and a Wi-Fi hotspot, Porsche also includes a 10.3-inch touchscreen on the passenger’s side. The driver aid systems may now be operated more easily with the help of a new standard control lever, albeit we still prefer more traditional switchgear. Improved integration is a feature of Apple CarPlay, and new software enables video streaming on the passenger and center displays.

Drivers-Assistance and safety Features

The basic and optional driver-assistance technologies available on the Porsche station wagon with electrification include automated emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, and lane-keeping assist. Visit the websites of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) for additional details regarding the Taycan Cross Turismo’s crash test results.

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