When the Taycan made its world premiere on September 4th in Germany, Canada, and China, they announced that the top two trim levels, the Turbo and Turbo would be first available for customers. The Turbo has a starting price of $150,900 and the Turbo S starts at $185,000. If you get a fully loaded Turbo S it will cost you somewhere in the neighborhood of $240,000.
Now that the Turbo and Turbo S are out, the speculation has shifted to when Porsche will introduce the other versions of the Taycan. They include the base Taycan, the Taycan 4S, and the Taycan Cross Turismo.
CNET spoke with Klaus Zellmer, president and CEO of Porsche Cars North America, and he said that we can see a more-affordable Taycan by the end of the year. “"We're going to see the equivalent of a [Taycan] 4S this year," Zellmer said, "which obviously is something that will have an effect on affordability, on price."
In the same article, Zellmer also talked about the the Cross Turismo, saying it’s “A little more elevated, a little more off-road looking,” and that it’s still on track to debut next year.
Porsche hasn’t announced how much either the base Taycan, Taycan 4S, and Taycan Cross Turismo will cost. However, Automotive News predicts that the base Taycan will cost under $100,000.