The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo has returned in a new batch of spy shots. The estate version of the regular Taycan, or shooting brake as some would call it, was snapped testing in Sweden and resting outside a supermarket.
While the front end of the car has nothing to hide anymore, which is understandable since it shares the design with the outgoing Taycan up to the B-pillars, the camouflage is still very much present further back.
The fake window trim would have you believe that it’s a regular station wagon, and the weird wraps around the taillights keep them hidden away, although everyone and their dog knows that they are inspired by the 2018 Mission E Cross Turismo Concept.
Don’t expect any surprises from the cockpit either, which will be shared with the four-door Taycan and will include the usual technology gear. The 10.9-inch infotainment system will be standard, featuring voice commands, and the passenger screen will still be an option. Users will be surrounded by high-quality materials.
In the Turbo S flavor, the Taycan Cross Turismo will boast 761 PS (750 HP / 560 kW) and 1,050 Nm (774 lb-ft) of torque, for a 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint of approximately 3.0 seconds. The mid-spec model will get 571 PS (563 HP / 420 kW), whereas the base variant will be able to smoke a lot of real sports cars with its 530 PS (523 HP / 390 kW) zero-emission powertrain.
Porsche should uncover the long-roof version of the Taycan in the coming months and deliveries will probably commence by the year’s end.