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  • 2021 Porsche Taycan
    RM 6,187/Month RM 584,561

Overview

The flagship variant, the Taycan Turbo S achieves the 0-100 km/h sprint in just 2.8 seconds, similar to its Formula E counterpart, the Porsche 99X. 

Twelve months after its world premiere, the Porsche Taycan has finally landed on Malaysian soil and from a starting price of RM 725K, the Malaysian Porsche Taycan is one of the better-priced Taycans in the region.

Even as a fully electric vehicle, the Taycan is a true sports car with breath-taking acceleration as well as typical sports car traction and handling. It is also among the most powerful production models that Porsche currently has in its product range.

Thanks to the Malaysian EV (electric vehicle) incentive, the Porsche Taycan is not as expensive as once thought with the Taycan 4S coming in at RM725k, Taycan Turbo at RM999k and the Taycan Turbo S coming in at RM1.195mil.

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Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: electric
  • Seat Capacity: 4
  • Price: RM 584,561 - RM 1,151,779

Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Fuel Type: electric
  • Seat Capacity: 4
  • Price: RM 584,561 - RM 1,151,779

Reviews

  • Arvind

    11 May 2021

    The Face Of The Not-So-Distant Future: 2021 Porsche Taycan Experience

    Your head and back are pinned into the seat, as an unrelenting wave of power pulls the car forward. Unlike conventional cars which have to cycle through gears, thereby punctuating the power, the dual-motors of the 4S (putting upwards of 400PS to the ground) requires nothing less than all your concentration to keep the car going where you want it to. The steering wheel and brakes are the only hints that you still have control over what is happening. In both cars, we were allowed to do multiple runs ranging from Sport, Sport Plus and finally, with Launch Control – there’s a tangible increase in aggression as you wind up through the modes. It catapults like a cruise missile in familiar Porsche 911 “Turbo” fashion, the back hunkers down, smothering the tyres into the road, the front tyres anchor even harder in the Turbo, and everything in your periphery quickly changes to warp speed. Where my neck strained in the 4S, in the Turbo, I was actually getting slightly lightheaded with the blood rushing to the back of my head. As we build pace, over the next two laps, the 4S proves one thing – that every Porsche does and does better than almost any other car – it shrinks around you. Despite its size, it manages to shrink-wrap itself around your controls and driving intentions – making itself no more overwhelming than a family sedan, yet with all the blistering pace when called on for. This for me is at the heart and soul of every Porsche which I have had the pleasure of driving. The Taycan is no different, especially in its 4S guise, providing such a tractable and sublime entry point into the world of the electrified Porsche.

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  • Jim Kem

    30 Nov 2020

    Quick Review: 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S - First Blood For An Electric 911

    Back to that driving position; it really is sports-car-like, leaving you without too much room to stretch out while every control surface, which is mostly touch-operated, is raised to cocoon you in an embrace of high tech electric performance - that’s the idea, at least. Just as well, the front and back seats obviously prioritise bolstering and support over comfort and padding. As you’d expect, everything about this cabin feels exceptionally rigid and unyielding. Nothing unexpectedly jiggles or squeaks in here - this isn’t a Tesla. However, if you’re going to pull the trigger on a Taycan, try to avoid this 4S’ black on black combo and spruce it up with the various two-tone options unless you want a gloomier-than-usual interior. This is a strict four-door coupe layout, too, meaning only two tag-alongs can fit in the back, who will be met with a pair of surprisingly cozy seats. That’s not to say it’s cramped as there’s a fair bit of legroom and headroom to spare, but this is again where the Taycan displays its sportier leanings, so just don’t expect limousine-like airiness or opulence to match the EV silence.

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