- Porsche released on Friday a rendering of the interior for its first fully electric production vehicle, the Taycan sports car.
- The Taycan’s interior presents a contrast against Tesla’s interiors, which have increasingly concentrated settings and information into a single touchscreen that resembles a laptop screen or an iPad.
- Like Tesla’s vehicles, the Taycan minimizes buttons and knobs, but the layout of its dashboard and center console more closely resemble those found in traditional passenger vehicles.
- Porsche will release the Taycan near the end of this year.
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Porsche released on Friday a rendering of the interior for its first fully-electric production vehicle, the Taycan sports car.
The vehicle will have a 16.8-inch digital instrument panel, 10.9-inch infotainment screen, and an 8.4-inch touch pad below the infotainment screen that can be used for climate settings. The Taycan’s instrument panel was inspired by that of the