Barely a month after Porsche unveiled its new Taycan electric sports car, the brand has revealed the entry-level Taycan 4S ahead of a local arrival in Q4 2020.
Two battery options will be available, the performance battery offering 390kW or the performance battery plus which offers 420kW. Both battery options are said to propel the 4S from a standing start to triple figures in 4.0 seconds on the way to a top speed of 250km/h.
The performance battery comes with a total capacity of 79.2kWh and a driving range of up to 407km, while the performance battery plus bumps the figures up to 93.4kWh and 463km. The maximum charging capacity is 225kW and 270kW respectively.
Pulling the reins on the Taycan 4S are six-piston calipers on the front axle with internally vented cast-iron brake discs measuring in at 360mm. The rear axle gets 358mm discs with four-piston clamps.
Aesthetically speaking the 4S resembles its siblings with a wide and flat stance featuring highly contoured wings, sculpted side sections, drawn-in rear C-pillar and glass-effect Porsche logo, which has been integrated into the light bar at the rear.
Differentiating the Taycan 4S from the Turbo and Turbo S models are 20-inch sport aero wheels, red-painted brake calipers, a front apron with new geometry, side sills and rear diffuser in black and LED headlights including the Porsche dynamic light system plus.
Internally a central 10.9-inch infotainment display is standard, as is a partial leather interior with front comfort seats featuring 14-way electrical adjustment and memory function.  
Local pricing for the new Porsche Taycan 4S, as well as the Turbo S and Turbo is expected to be announced in early next year with the first deliveries set to arrive in Q4 2020.
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