We’re just a little over a week away (September 4th) from the official 2020 Porsche Taycan unveiling, but today, the automaker revealed its interior for the first time. If you like the touchscreens found in Teslas, then you’ll love the Taycan, as the dash features a 16.8-inch curved display above the steering column, complete with touch-capacitive buttons that are used to control the headlights, stability control, suspension firmness, as well as ride height. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
We can’t forget about the high-tech instrument cluster that sports four different modes: Classic, Map, Full Map and Pure. A 10.9-inch infotainment touchscreen with voice control technology provides access to navigation, telephone, media, comfort and Porsche Connect. That’s not all, there’s also an 8.4-inch touchscreen with haptic feedback and then a fifth 5.9-inches display in the rear passenger compartment. The main screens appear to run a custom operating system that cannot be found in any other of the company’s vehicles.
No other information about the electric vehicle has been revealed, but we do know that buyers can choose from exclusive interior colors including Atacama Beige, Blackberry, Black-Lime Beige and Meranti Brown.