A few months back we speculated about a possible Taycan GT3 model, it's specs, and what it could look like.
While such a car isn't very likely (at least not yet) there are now reports of a Taycan GTS to please the performance driving enthusiasts who don't want to pony up for the outrageous Taycan Turbo and/or those who don't necessarily want all-wheel drive.
With actual facts about the cars we KNOW are coming to market being scarce, info about the Taycan GTS is even more so.
Here's what we do know:
Porsche is considering such a model but it's existence is likely dependent on next-gen battery technology.
New J1 II, solid-state power packs could provide a smaller and lighter package for the car, allowing it to shed over 100 lbs compared to the standard Taycan.
Designed for driving purists it would be RWD only.
With news that the base and S models will sticker in the low to high $90,000 range, look for the Taycan GTS to start at over $100,000.
The Taycan is still on schedule to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Initial US deliveries are set for the end of 2019 with the bulk of deliveries early in 2020.
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