The Porsche Taycan GTS Hockenheimring Edition maintains the Taycan GTS’s original 590 horsepower and can still hit 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds with a batter power of 93.4 kwh capacity. This special edition stands out with its new exterior paint coat, which sees the electric vehicle arrive in a Stone Grey, from Porsche’s custom color program. The color itself is a mix of both gold and beige tones which is also seen on the side sill trim and rear diffuser inlay.
The interior cabin is designed with black leather upholstery and Island Green contrast stitching. A paldao open-pore wood trim is seen throughout the cabin while the gearshift, cup holders and air vents are equipped in Bronzite. The special edition sees the badges on the B-Pillars say “90 Hockenheimring Edition” as well as the circuit’s outline and the Taycan GTS badge seen on the rear. Puddle lights project a simplified version of the logo when the front doors open.
The Taycan GTS Hockenheimring Edition will be available in Germany and other selected European markets. It will not be arriving in the U.S.
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