Porsche officially revealed the Taycan facelift globally. Like most of the recent facelift models from Porsche, the design tweaks are minimal. The headlamps have been updated for a better illuminator while the bumper slightly differs from the outgoing version. On the side, Porsche offers many different alloy wheel options while the rear gets tweaked LED tail lamps and a minor update for the bumper. The Taycan facelift gets new tyres with even less rolling resistance than the earlier version as it improves overall efficiency.
The interior design is carried over from the earlier version but the company has updated the software for both the infotainment system and instrument cluster. Apart from this, the Taycan facelift gets new colour options too. The major change is that engineers have been able to extract even more performance from the battery with revised cell chemistry. Now the company offers a 105 kWh battery pack instead of 93.4 kWh on the pre-facelift version. The entry-level Taycan now comes with an 89 kWh battery pack up from 79.2 kWh.
The rear motor of the Taycan facelift now produces 109 hp more than the earlier model. The performance-oriented Turbo S now produces 952 hp while using launch control, which drops 0-100 kph to 2.4 sec as it makes the fastest production Porsche currently on the market. The engineers have also improved the overall regeneration to 320 kW which is up from 270 kW. The maximum range of the Taycan facelift is 678 km, which is an improvement of 35 per cent compared to the old model. The Taycan facelift is expected to be launched later this year in India.