The press service of the German brand released a couple of pictures showing the interior of the new electric sedan Porsche Taycan.
Do you like the displays in the interior of the car? No one would argue with the fact that it looks very stylish, and more comfortable to press on the keys (although as anyone).
The first ever German brand Porsche all-electric sedan Taycan is that car, which has very technologically advanced interior – it’s a whole lot of different screens. After the teaser for the novelty, which was published on 20 August, the press service of Porsche has released six images of the interior of their new electric car ahead of its debut in early September. The car has received high-tech digital salon, which is a modern interpretation of classic design of the German brand.
This does not mean that Taycan abandons the traditional Porsche solutions. Interior retains two-piece configuration, with horizontally focused “upper wing” with the vertical face and narrow “lower wing”, which usually hosts the transmission tunnel in the case of models that use an internal combustion engine.
The most visible part of the interior of the new Taycan is a huge 16,8-inch curved display is a digital “tidy”.
Well what can I say, this has never where there, and it looks cool. Around the display are capacitive touch buttons that control the headlights, stability control, rigidity and suspension, according to the image height of the ground clearance of the car.
The huge screen also needs to be functional enough, giving drivers four separate preset modes that they can easily switch via the button on the steering wheel. The layout of the “tidy” standard for modern Porsche models as it simulates five dials.
The official presentation of the Porsche Taycan will be held on 4 September this year.
Liked the interior of the Taikang? You like the more conventional or touch-sensitive buttons?