The Porsche Taycan is one of the popular premium EVs, with over 150,000 units sold in 4 years. It is due for an update in 2024, and according to our sources, the Taycan facelift is likely to debut on February 7.
The 2025 Taycan will receive several cosmetic changes on the outside. The EV is likely to get revised LED headlamps, new bumpers and sleeker taillights with an LED light bar. Expect to see a few interior updates as well.
Reports suggest that the 2025 Taycan facelift will have improved range and significantly faster charging capabilities at more than 300 kW. The current model can charge at 270 kW, charging the battery from 10-80% in just over 20 minutes.
Porsche will also introduce a new flagship variant of the Taycan called the Taycan Turbo GT. Sources have told us that this high-performance variant might debut next month. We can also expect Porsche to release the POV onboard video of its Nurburgring lap around the same time.