PREVIEW: Chris Harris Drifts The Porsche Taycan Turbo S: Series 28

PREVIEW: Chris Harris Drifts The Porsche Taycan Turbo S: Series 28

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Chris Harris tests the newest threat to Tesla’s domination – the brand new, 761bhp all-electric Porsche Taycan. And despite it’s grippy four-wheel-drive electric architecture, Harris manages to get it sideways. Of course he does.Watch the full test here: Chris Harris Drives: Car Walkarounds: Want to watch a bit of on the internet? Welcome to the most comprehensive collection of official clips you’ll find on YouTube. Whether you’re searching for a caravan challenge, Ken Block in the Hoonicorn, cars versus fighter jets, Stig power laps or the latest Chris Harris Drives, you can find all the iconic films here.

according to porsche turbo doesn’t mean turbo anymore it now just means really fast so the question for the Tyco and Turbo S is just how really fast is it right mr. Electric Porsche launch control so I go support plus maximum response left foot on the brake right foot on the throttle and here we go 120 allow me to be a little bit speechless it’s relentless this thing will go from a standing start to the speed limit on a motorway in about three seconds if that’s not fast enough for you don’t take up BASE jumping or something Wow and while most electric cars after that sort of launch have to go and cool down for a bit before having another go with its higher voltage in clever motors the tie cam can do the big acceleration thing again 120 miles an hour cheaper and again hurts my kidneys better still Porsche has pulled every engineering trick in the book to make sure that I can is also like no other electric car through the corners stop rear-wheel steering it’s got torque vectoring has got electromechanical roll stabilization the upshot is he goes like a porter on a track this thing worries 2.4 tons that’s more than a Range Rover it has no right to drive like this to accelerate stop and change direction the way we just did a smoker please did a smoke here in a Porsche

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