Having recently been introduced on the Taycan GTS model alone, the estate option is now available in all powertrain configurations.
The Taycan options now include saloon, Cross Turismo crossover-estate, and Sport Turismo estate across the board, with prices for the EV estate starting at £73,650 for the Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo.
From there the line-up climbs up through 4S Sport Turismo, GTS Sport Turismo, and Turbo Sport Turismo to Turbo S Sport Turismo, which starts at £140,080.
Power options vary from a single motor, rear-wheel drive Taycan Sport Turismo with 240 kW (326 hp) to the all-wheel drive Turbo S Sport Turismo with 460 kW (625 hp).
The Performance Battery Plus is fitted as standard or as an option, providing a maximum range of 309 miles on a charge. The Taycan Sport Turismo is also one of the fastest charging models on the road, capable of being charged from 5-80% in just over 20 minutes - five minute’s charge adds 62 miles of range.
The Taycan line-up is popular in the UK, with the country representing the manufacturer’s fourth-largest market globally for Porsche sales, and the second-largest for Taycan sales.
The saloon and Cross Turismo models saw Taycan registrations account for a third of Porsche’s total UK registrations in 2021, and the launch of this third variant is only going to see that share increase.
The Porsche Taycan Sport Turismo is available to order now, and is expected to arrive in Porsche Centres from May.