The 2020 Porsche Taycan is quick—and fast. It beat even the mighty Tesla Model S P100D Ludicrous in the quarter-mile after closing a tenth of a second gap at 60 mph and never looking back. That’s great for bragging rights, but all that accelerative force doesn’t mean squat when you’re sitting in traffic. That’s when one’s thoughts turn inward.
Short question long, what’s the interior of the Taycan, the place where you’ll spend all your time, like to live in?
With a current starting price of $114,340, the Taycan needs to deliver on comfort and technology to fully justify its price tag. (Technically, the tag is $105,150, but until June 2020 you can’t order the car without $9,190 of options in the form of a panoramic glass roof, larger battery, and advanced portable charger.)