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15:35  26 august  2019
15:35  26 august  2019 Source:   motor1.com

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Porsche Taycan sets fastest four-door EV record at the Nurburgring
Porsche Taycan sets fastest four-door EV record at the Nurburgring
Porsche Taycan sets fastest four-door EV record at the Nurburgring
Porsche Taycan sets fastest four-door EV record at the Nurburgring
Porsche Taycan sets fastest four-door EV record at the Nurburgring
It's not even out yet, but Porsche's first electric car is already breaking records.

After setting a rather unusual lap record at an unfinished track with the Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid, Porsche is once again demonstrating the performance benefits to embracing electrification with the upcoming Taycan. Ditching the combustion engine altogether, the pure electric vehicle has set a new record for four-door EVs at the Nürburgring by lapping the famous German circuit in 7 minutes and 42 seconds. That’s only four seconds slower than the Panamera Turbo, which did a lap of the Green Hell in 7:38 back in June 2016.

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Porsche was caught testing the all-electric Taycan at the Nurburgring , and the car looks about as fast — but more quiet — than you'd expect. Last time we saw the Porsche Taycan — formerly called Mission E — on video, it was juicing up at a charging station in Germany.

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In the hands of Porsche test driver Lars Kern, the pre-series Taycan completed the slightly shorter 20.6-km (12.8-mile) configuration of the track and its achievement complements another Porsche record achieved at the hugely demanding track. As you may recall, the company also holds the outright Nürburgring record with the insane 919 Hybrid Evo, a race car specifically modified for the ‘Ring. Over a year ago, Porsche motorsport driver Timo Bernhard lapped the circuit in a mind-blowing 5 minutes and 19.55 seconds.

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The upcoming Taycan may be all-electric, but Porsche wants to convey a clear message that it will stay true to the same values as the rest of its lineup. You may recall that in 2017, China’s Nio set the fastest lap for an electric vehicle with the EP9. The 1,342-hp hypercar posted a sensational 6:45.90

Porsche Taycan Apple Music. Porsche 's first EV is expected to launch with a 310-mile range and 80% fast -charge time of just 15 minutes. Mark Webber has been driving Porsche 's new Taycan . Testing has included long stints at the Nürburgring. The four - door will be set up to be more forgiving than the

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