While the production design of the Porsche Taycan isn't known, yet, we now have an even better idea of just what it will look like.
Porsche has released these two design sketched, which are early versions Porsche artists would have created before settling on the final look of the car.
There have been a lot of rumors about the car's design, with the prototypes obviously not exact design replicas and worries (by some) that cars caught in spy photos would be the final design - don't worry, they aren't.
Porsche announced these two images (see the other one below) in a newsletter to those on the waiting list.
You can download the full images here:
Text of the email here:
"Our start to 2019 is charged with excitement. This is the year when the first all-electric Porsche will become a reality. The Taycan is certain to enthrall not only test drivers, but also our customers with its performance. When it rolls off the production line and onto the roads, it will offer a true dynamic Porsche driving experience like every Porsche before it.
Finishing work on the assembly line in Zuffenhausen is entering the final straight and the expansion of charging infrastructure worldwide is advancing at a great pace. The historic main manufacturing center is being made fit for the automotive production of the future, as the outside world is preparing for a new standard in charging performance – typical of Porsche, the best in its class. All preparations are underway for a successful start for the Taycan.
To keep you dreaming about the Taycan on public roads, we have also brought you the latest design sketch of the Taycan from the design studio in Weissach. As you can see, the rest of 2019 looks very exciting! We look forward to sharing these experiences together with you."