The Porsche Taycan will allegedly be available with an even broader powertrain lineup soon because the automaker will add a purely rear-wheel-drive variant of the electric sedan. It will be the new entry-level model in the range and will be cheaper than the other grades.
“There will be a rear-wheel-drive model with a smaller battery to make it more accessible price-wise, especially for markets that don’t need 4wd – places like China, where weather conditions mean you don’t need it,” Porsche Research and Development boss Dr. Michael Steiner told Car Magazine.
Car Magazine expects the rear-drive Taycan to arrive in 2021. Although, Dr. Steiner’s statement seems to indicate the rear-drive model might not be available everywhere.
If Porsche decides to bring this model to the United States, this could be the first version of the…