Brabus let this Porsche Taycan Turbo S go with no extra power
The tuner team over at Brabus does not normally work with Porsches or EVs, but it has now apparently decided to break two stereotypes at once and release a custom Porsche Taycan Turbo S.
The marque’s first electric sedan received a few carbon body kit parts in addition to the OEM kit – a larger splitter, front bumper winglets, intake bezels and other such trifles. The rear diffuser has grown in size considerably, and an unexpectedly understated lip spoiler was put on the trunk lid. Brabus logos replaced all Porsche badges on the outside.
Compared to the relatively tame exterior, the interior attacks the viewer with an eye-gouging combination of black and light green leather. The atomic combo covers the seats, the dashboard, the center console and the door cards. Aluminum and carbon accents help offset the gaudiness somewhat, as does the Alcantara roof liner.
Things stay unchanged under the hood, where a duo of electric motors drive the wheels with 761 PS (750 hp / 559 kW) and 1,050 Nm (774 lb-ft) of torque. The suspension is 20 mm (0.8 inches) lower than stock, meaning this particular Taycan could handle better than the stock model. On the other hand, we doubt the original needed any improvement in this regard.
All prices are private.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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