The all-electric Porsche Taycan has been a great success for the German marque early in its life, so it’s no surprise that the model line has been expanded with the arrival of the wagon-style Taycan Cross Turismo. As with other Porsche models, this one is crowned by the high-performance Turbo variants called the Taycan Turbo Cross Turismo and Turbo S Cross Turismo. Yes, there’s no actual turbocharger, but ‘Turbo’ on the back of any Porsche model is an instant indication of dramatic performance.
With up to 750 horsepower, a price that will make your eyes water, and an available Off-Road Design Package that hints at the Cross Turismo’s more adventurous persona, it’s an intriguing addition to the Porsche portfolio. Let’s dig into some of the details.