That’s likely the first thing you’ll notice in these images of
the Porsche Taycan’s interior: Lots and lots of screens.
The Taycan, Porsche’s first all-electric sports car, will
officially be unveiled on September 4, and — aside from concept
images — we still don’t know how it looks from the outside. But
now, Porsche has
shared several images of the car’s interior, as well as the
philosophy behind its design.
The basic variant of the car will have three screens: A
16.8-inch curved screen with the instrument cluster, a 10.9-inch
infotainment display in the middle, and an 8.4-inch touchscreen
with haptic feedback in the centre console. The passenger display
that’s visible in the images (Porsche didn’t say how big it was)
and a rear-seat, 5.9-inch display, are optional. Read