The all-electrically powered sport sedan wars are adding fuel to the fire in the world of cars. Tesla is undoubtedly an original disruptor; however, Porsche came to stand with the superb Taycan, but now Lucid includes the Air, which is a remarkable blending least perfect way. Considering its debut Wednesday, the new Lucid Air provides plenty of power and some incredible performance numbers.
The Lucid’s size is contrasted nicely with the Porsche Taycan plus with the Tesla Model S. It appears to be a smidge quiet longer overall, a little narrower, and stands among the Porsche and the Tesla when it comes to the question of height. Lucid doesn’t give off any information about any interior ranges and dimensions, either. However, it did claim the Air includes “an incredible bi-level storage capabilities in both front and rear compartments and also occupies the largest frunk of any electric car to date.”
In all these three, EVs are giving an incredible range, where the Lucid is the first car to overcome the 500-mile obstacles in Grand Touring trim. This altogether makes the 402 miles of the Tesla Model S Incredibly Long Range, which looks like little potatoes. The Porsche contains a range of right around 200 miles, an EPA-estimated range that depends on trim; however, according to a report, the ‘Taycan can go much further’ as reported by the journalists, including Roadshow’s own Steven Ewing. Ewing claims the estimations of a real-world range of around 250 miles for the Taycan Turbo.
Battery Charge Time Comparison – Porsche Taycan Vs. Tesla
Comparing charge times can be a little tricky as manufacturers opt to explain the parameters quite differently. Since charging times aren’t linear, it’s not easy to “do the math” to equalize all the parameters. Lucid states that the Air can achieve 300 miles of range in 20 minutes of supercharging. The Model S receives 80% of a charge within half an hour, where the Porsche Taycan moves from 5% to 80% capacity in 22.5 minutes.
The Lucid claims that the Air Dream Edition is the quickest production EV to that marker with a quarter-mile within the time of 9.9 seconds. Porsche Taycan Configurator and Tesla don’t give out official times for the quarter-mile, but Motor Trend tested the Taycan Turbo S at 10.47 seconds, Car and the Rider at 10.5 seconds.
Porsche’s Taycan Interior
Its interior remains Porsche in style, but modernity resulted in 11 to mirror its electric car status. There is undoubtedly no centralized tablet display screen; however, it features an approximately 53-inches display to offer inside the digitalized cockpit. The focus is on the 16.8-inch curved display serving as the gauge cluster powering the steering wheel.
The Porsche Taycan is a missile aimed straight at Tesla. The German electric sedan packs everything needed to give the Model S its first real fight. The Porsche is just as fast, is sleeker thanks to a lower drag coefficient, and packs several technical goodies missing from Tesla’s sedan.
The Taycan launched as a saloon model, but an estate model, the Taycan Cross Turismo, will soon be offered. Other planned variants include a two-door coupe and convertible models, which will enter production based on market demand.
Porsche’s warranty coverage is par for the luxurious class and among electric vehicles. The Taycan’s optional 93.4-kWh battery is guaranteed to maintain no less than 70 % of their capacity for eight years or 100,000 miles. Although many car manufacturers provide the same guarantee, none offers a better high-voltage battery warranty. The 2021 Porsche Taycan expects to hit the car dealerships towards the end of the year. You would possibly observe some deals around the 2020 Taycan in the coming weeks or months. You can examine the Champion-Porsche.com for Porsche Taycan inventory.
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