2021 Porsche Taycan Interior and Exterior Design

January 6th, 2021 by

One of the newest vehicles on our lot, the 2021 Porsche Taycan, was inspired by legendary Porsche models of the 1960s. However, its modern cockpit featuring a smooth structure proves just how far we’ve come in 2021. Learn more about this car inside and out, and we will see you soon for a test drive at Porsche Woodland Hills. 

Porsche Taycan Interior

It’s clear from every angle that the Porsche Taycan is driver-focused. The instrument panel is minimalist and easy to ready, and everything the driver needs is easily in view without distractions. The centerpiece is a 16.8-inch curved screen, much like a modern smartphone or tablet, which shows the necessary stats in one of four modes:

  • Power meter for traditional driving information
  • Map navigation for a map + round instruments
  • Full map for a larger display without instruments
  • Or reduced mode for limited essentials

These very necessary driving tools are paired with everything you’d want entertainment-wise, too. A 10.9-inch infotainment display and an optional passenger display are combined to form an integrated glass band in a black-panel look, which blends in seamlessly as part of the dash. It even responds to “Hey, Porsche” for ease of use with navigation, phone, media, comfort, and Porsche Connect. The climate is controlled on a smaller, 8.4-inch touch panel below. 

Porsche Taycan Exterior

The four-door Porsche Taycan is defined by a sporty roofline that slopes down toward the rear in a “flyline” design. The sleek cabin is a C-pillar centered between pronounced shoulders of the wings. Other particularly striking design elements include the unique light emblem and high-tech headlights. But to do it justice you’ll have to see it in person.

As your Woodland Hills Porsche dealers, there’s nothing we’d love more than crunching the numbers and assisting you with the purchase of your very own Porsche Taycan. Stop by to get behind the wheel today.

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