I wanted to start a thread with all the info we know about the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo so far. So if I've missed anything, please add it below.
For starters, we know the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo is headed to production as a variant of the Taycan. Not surprisingly we expect it to be called the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo.
The concept debuted at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show and Porsche confirmed it will head into production late in 2018. Rumor has it the Taycan sedan will officially go on sale in September of 2019 with deliveries in January of 2020. It's not known if the Cross Turismo will mirror that or if it will be delayed by a few months.
Some media outlets already had the ability to drive the prototype. Here's what one of them said.
I'd expect pricing to be slightly higher than the Taycan sedan but the same model offerings with a standard version, a 4S and a Turbo model. Power would range from around 400-hp to 600-hp for the Turbo.
The 0-60 time would be 3.5 seconds or less.
1/4 mile time: 12 seconds
(These speeds are roughly the same as the gas-powered Panamera)
Top speed: 155 mph
The charging specs should remain the same as the sedan.
Range: 310 miles
Recharging time: up to 60 miles in just 4 minutes or 248 miles in just 15 minutes using fast charger
While no info has been released, but with the Sport Turismo versions of the Panamera retailing for about $5,000 more than the sedan, expect the Taycan Cross Turismo to cost about $135,000.
Compared to the sedan, the Taycan Cross Turismo has an elongated back and a rear hatch for extra storage.
Don't expect a lot of extra room though. The Panamera Sport Turismo compared to the sedan had just 0.7 cubic feet more space, which grows to 2.0 cubic feet more space with the seats folded flat.
It sits about one inch higher off the ground.
While not unique to the Cross Turismo, it looks like both versions of the Taycan will come with single-lug wheels.