Befitting the Taycan’s status as a performance-oriented EV, trying to describe the acceleration is an all-you-can-eat grab bag of cliché and hyperbole. Power was enigmatically quoted as “over 600 horsepower,” with the zero-to-60-mph sprint claimed to slide comfortably under the three-second mark. In keeping with Porsche’s tradition of underrating the official figures, the one we rode in feels much, much faster than even the sub-three second claim. In fact, it really seemed to be somewhere in the low-two-second range, if you can believe it.
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PS: I am a fan of stupid impractical cars that go really quickly but who in their right mind would need a family car – albeit a vastly expensive one that does 0 to 100 in the mid two-second mark. This is akin to the performance you would get out of a motorcycle such as the old Suzuki GSX-R-1000.