Porsche Taycan Turbo GT is the Fastest and Most Powerful Porsche Ever Built

Porsche has a new era of electric dominance on both the road and track with the unveiling of the Porsche Taycan Turbo GT. This electrifying masterpiece stands as Porsche’s most powerful road car to date.

Porsche Taycan Turbo GT is the Fastest and Most Powerful Porsche Ever Built

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Equipped with more powerful pulse inverters and utilizing silicon carbide semiconductor technology, the Turbo GT has a 1,020 bhp (760 kW) on over-boost for two seconds, with a peak torque of 1,340 Nm.

These numbers translate into blistering acceleration, with the Turbo GT catapulting from 0-100 kmph in a 2.3 seconds. But its prowess is beyond straight-line speed.

The Turbo GT achieves the 0-200 kmph sprint in a mere 6.6 seconds, while its top speed exceeds a 300 kmph.

With a 1,100 PS and 1,340 Nm of torque, the Turbo GT catapults from 0 to 100 kmph in a 2.1 seconds with the Weissach package, making it the quickest road-legal Porsche ever produced. But speed isn’t its only forte, it’s also a master of endurance has a WLTP-claimed range of 555 km.

The numbers speak for themselves, 0-100 kmph in 2.3 seconds for the standard model, dropping to 2.2 seconds with the Weissach package.

And it doesn’t stop there. Push the limits, engage the Attack Mode, and experience an adrenaline rush like never before with a peak output of 1,033 PS at your fingertips.

With Porsche’s new rear axle motor and upgraded pulse inverter, the Turbo GT delivers power, propelling you to 200 kmph in just 6.4 seconds.

Porsche’s pursuit of perfection is evident in every aspect of its design. From the forged 21-inch alloy wheels to the lightweight carbon ceramic brakes, every detail is crafted for performance. And with the Weissach package, the Turbo GT has an additional 70 kg.

With Porsche’s Active Ride suspension and custom tuning, every twist and turn is met with precision and control. And with up to 220 kg of downforce generated by the adaptive spoiler and fixed rear wing.

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From the GT3 RS-styled steering wheel to the lightweight bucket seats every detail exudes performance and purpose.

Porsche’s pursuit of performance is evident in every detail from the upgraded rear axle motor to the advanced pulse inverter. With silicon carbide semiconductor material and increased current capacity.

Porsche has employed lightweight materials and design elements to excess weight from the Turbo GT. From carbon fiber components to forged alloy wheels, every ounce saved translates to enhanced agility on the road and track.

Porsche’s expertise in aerodynamics is on full display, with every curve and contour optimized for maximum downforce and stability.

Whether carving through corners or blasting down the straightaway the Turbo GT cuts through the air with precision.

Porsche’s Active Ride suspension system combined with custom tuning, ensures sharp handling and cornering capabilities.

And with the optional Weissach package, the Turbo GT becomes even more track-ready. Porsche offers the Turbo GT with the exclusive Weissach package.

This track-focused variant ditches rear seats in favor of a two-seat configuration, further reducing weight and enhancing agility. With a weight-saving of around 70 kg and a peak output of 1,093 bhp (815 kW).

From a standstill it rockets to 100 kmph in a claimed 2.2 seconds, while the 0-200 kmph dash is dispatched in just 6.4 seconds. Exclusive to the Weissach package is a fixed rear wing capable of generating up to 220 kg of downforce.

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