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Porsche unveiled the final, production-ready Taycan design today at an industry-exclusive event.

Members of the automotive press in attendance have started sharing their experience. Alex Roy from thedrive.com was among the first of them to comment on the final design, in one tweet saying "it's GORGEOUS."


Unfortunately, no pictures of the production Taycan from the event were allowed. That will change once the embargo is lifted on September 4th during the world premiere. So far, another prototype has been spotted around the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta, Georgia where the event is held.


Alex Roy also confirmed in another tweet that "it is a true Porsche," after riding in one at the event. A statement to be taken seriously considering who he is. Of course, due to the embargo, don't expect details from the event to go much further than this. The week of September 4th if when it all drops.

 

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I'm convinced the Mission E concept was 75% of what the actual Taycan model will look like. Spend some time comparing pictures of the latest prototypes to the Mission E and you'll discover the same thing.

This one I found is a clear example of that. What more could anyone ask for?

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I'm convinced the Mission E concept was 75% of what the actual Taycan model will look like. Spend some time comparing pictures of the latest prototypes to the Mission E and you'll discover the same thing.

This one I found is a clear example of that. What more could anyone ask for?

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I doubt the Mission E was built in a wind tunnel & is Porsche folks knew from the Mission E unveil event that suicide doors would never make it into a production Taycan. You will have Mission E influences on the Taycan production design which is fine with me. What puts me at peace with my purchase of a taycan as well as a future purchase of the Taycan Cross Turismo is that Porsche engineered the crap out of it, tested it accordingly. We all should be impressed that the pre-production Taycan spent 3-4million miles on the road for testing in additional to its virtual testing of few million more miles. Something a Tesla will give you. Looking forward to finally, after a long wait and continuous contentious twitter fights with Tesla peeps, take delivery of the Taycan and disprove many. If you wanna follow me and future Taycan ownership stuff my twitter is @ClarkDennisM
 
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