It’s not the first hubless bike, but may be the coolest.
The luxury SUV was expected to debut in 2022.
This Man Took His All-Electric Porsche Taycan on 46-Day Road Trip Across America. Here’s What Happened.
Don Louv traveled from Maine to California and back—the long way—behind the wheel of his Taycan Turbo.
The car is expected to make its debut in April 2021.
Priced starting at $103,800, the entry-level Taycan boasts a greater range than the model’s Turbo and Turbo S variants.
A forum dedicated to the upcoming EV discovered the possible performance bump in leaked dealership documents.
The CEO said the tech will be ready, that the company is just waiting on regulatory approval.
The automaker may build a prototype to show off the new technology.
The new version would have 150 more miles of range than the standard US model.