Stefan Weckbach, Head of Taycan model line has taken the Taycan Cross Turismo for a final shakedown on the empty countryside roads ahead of it shaking down the enthusiasts and EV industry one more time with its phenomenal performance. The crossover was last spotted sans camouflage in California last month.
As mentioned, the Taycan has impressed pretty much everyone including those who are not really into EVs, and it’s safe to say that it is a successful model with 20,000 units delivered worldwide in its first year of production. A jacked-up version will surely double those numbers in no time.
“In order to enable it to handle light off-roading and gravel roads, we increased the ground clearance and optimized the suspension system so that the Cross Turismo comes with a CUV (cross utility vehicle) specific driving mode,” says Weckbach.