Porsche has revealed interior images of the new fully-electric Taycan ahead of the full unveiling in September.
Inspired by the original 911’s dashboard, the cockpit features a driver-focused orientation with the instrument panel comprised of a “clean, minimalist and ultra-modern design.”
The Taycan features a unique, free-standing 16.8-inch curved digital instrument cluster that will be fully customisable to suit the driver’s preferences.
In addition, there are small, touch-control fields at the edges of the screen for operating the light and chassis functions making the instrument cluster wider than the steering wheel.
Speaking of the steering wheels, two choices will be available – basic, which can be customised with coloured inserts, and a GT sports wheel option.
The upper and lower sections of the dashboard extend the entire width of the vehicle shaped like a wing with a central 10.9-inch infotainment display. There is also an optional passenger display available.
Interfaces have all been redesigned for the Taycan with the number of switches and buttons reduced and replaced by touch operation or a voice control function that responds to the command “Hey Porsche”.
The elevated centre console includes an 8.4-inch touch panel with haptic feedback with integrated handwriting recognition. Basically, everything in the cabin has been paired back.
Porsche will also offer a range of colour and material options to individualise the Taycan including classic leather and sustainably tanned Club Leather “OLEA”.
A wide range of interior and exterior configurations with different accents and trims will be available with Black-Lime Beige, Blackberry, Atacama Beige and Meranti Brown reserved exclusively for the Taycan. A range of wood trim, matt carbon, embossed aluminium or fabric can also adorn the doors and centre console.
More details will be available when the Taycan is revealed to the global audience in September, stay tuned!
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