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Porsche's in-house chassis code for the Taycan production model is 9J1.

During early stages of development as a concept, Porsche codenamed it "J1," which now represents the Taycan's new electric platform. As a model related to the Panamera does mean certain components will be shared.

From seeing the Taycan in person its said to be quite a few like the subframes, control arms, rear steering assembly, and many other parts that have a universal aspect to them. A very common practice throughout the automotive industry that has very few, if any, negatives.

As more details become available from official Porsche documents and diagrams, Taycan cut-away models, service manuals and the parts catalog, similarities between the Taycan and Panamera should grow even more.
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