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New 2025 Porsche Taycan Comfort Entry Lifts 3 Inches

New 2025 Porsche Taycan Comfort Entry Lifts 3 Inches

The 2025 Porsche Taycan Comfort Entry is a comfort access mode which lifts the car by 3 inches (2.2 on the taller-standing Cross Turismo) the instant a door opens. The system also lets you lower the car a bit for that popular lowered look.

Porsche has given its 2025 Taycan a serious makeover, but you might not notice it at first glance. While the exterior looks similar to the older model, there’s a whole lot of changes under the hood, literally speaking. Let’s kick off with the headline news: the Taycan Turbo S now packs a whopping 938 horsepower when you engage launch control. That’s a significant jump from the previous model’s 750 hp. With this power boost, the Taycan Turbo S claims it can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.3 seconds, making it the most powerful road car Porsche has ever produced, even outshining the 887 hp of the 918 Spyder. The secret sauce behind this surge in power lies in the new motors. They fit snugly into the same space as the old ones but come with updated internals for more oomph. The rear motor can now churn out an extra 107 hp, and it’s shed about 20 pounds in weight. Every Taycan model gets these new motors, and while Porsche hasn’t spilled all the beans on specs yet, they did mention that the base rear-drive model now pushes out 483 hp. While the official EPA numbers aren’t out yet, Porsche has worked hard to boost efficiency and range. The magic behind the increased range lies in the new battery pack with revamped cell chemistry. The Performance Battery Plus now boasts a gross capacity of 105 kWh, up from 93.4 kWh, with a net usable capacity of 98.6 kWh. Even the base models get a bump to an 89-kWh gross, 83.6-kWh net battery pack. And despite the increase in capacity, these new packs are lighter than before. Porsche didn’t stop there. They’ve ramped up the Taycan’s energy-regeneration capability, bumped up charging speeds to 320 kW, and enhanced its aerodynamics and thermal management. The result? Faster charging times and longer range on a single charge. There’s more. Chassis upgrades include standard air suspension for all US-spec Taycans and an optional Porsche Active Ride system for all-wheel-drive models. Inside, there are subtle tweaks to the gauge cluster and infotainment system, along with a cool push-to-pass button for models with the Sport Chrono package. But here’s the kicker: all these upgrades come at a cost. The base 2025 Taycan starts at $101,395, a bump from $92,550 for the previous model, while the top-tier Turbo S Cross Turismo will set you back $213,695, a hefty $14,695 increase. US deliveries are slated to begin later this summer. In conclusion, while the 2025 Taycan may not look drastically different on the outside, it’s a whole new beast under the hood, offering more power, efficiency, and range than ever before.

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