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Porsche’s electric car lineup currently consists of the Taycan saloon and Taycan Cross Turismo estate and crossover models, but that’s going to expand dramatically in the coming years. In the meantime, you can choose from two-wheel drive long range, and ultra-high performance four-wheel drive Porsche electric car versions. Here’s our rundown of what’s available in the electric Porsche range right now.

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Porsche electric models: current range

Porsche’s all-electric Taycan models range from the surprisingly affordable (actually cheaper than their Audi close relatives) to the hugely expensive.

Porsche Taycan

The otherwise-unbadged Taycan is the entry model of the electric Porsche range, with rear-wheel drive and a one-charge range of up to 276 miles. It might be basic, but it’ll still get to 62mph in just 5.4secs.

Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo

The Taycan Cross Turismo treads the narrow line between estate and crossover, and it’s just about roomy enough to count as practical. The Taycan 4 version gets four-wheel drive and 304 miles of range. There’s also a Sport Turismo version that is basically the same as the Cross Turismo, but without the wheelarch cladding and the extra ride height.

Porsche Taycan GTS Sport Turismo

The high-performance Porsche Taycan GTS Sport Turismo estate gets the same 598hp as the four-door saloon version, and impressively – in spite of the extra weight – has the same 0-62mph time. The range takes a slight hit, though, falling to 304 miles.

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The Taycan range starts with the £79,200 entry-level model, and goes all the way up to the £149,300 Taycan GTS Sport Turismo. You can easily add to those price tags by dipping into the incredibly expensive options and personalisation lists, though.
Almost – Porsche is on the cusp of launching an all-electric model as part of the new Macan mid-sized SUV line-up. That will offer both rear-wheel drive and front-wheel drive models, ranges of up to 400 miles, power outputs of as much as 603hp (with rumours of even more power for a future Turbo S model). The Macan Electric will also have super-fast 800-volt charging that will allow you to add as much as 186 miles of extra range in as little as ten minutes, if you can find a charger that’s powerful enough.
Very fast. Even the most basic, single-motor Taycan can hit 62mph in  5.4secs. Mid-spec GTS models bring that time down to a very rapid 4.0secs, and the range-topping Turbo S versions (with up to 762hp) do the same sprint in just 2.8secs. As with most electric cars, the Taycan’s top speeds aren’t all that spectacular, but the Turbo S can hit 162mph if you’ve got a handy Autobahn out the back.  
Not quite. Porsche is going to steadily ramp up its electric car offering in the coming years, with the electric Macan being swiftly followed by electric replacements for the 718 Boxster and Cayman mid-engined sports cars. There will also be an electric version of the roomy Panamera saloon in due course. But Porsche is also betting heavily on e-fuels – synthetic petrol made by combining hydrogen with carbon taken from the air, which is supposedly carbon-neutral – and plans to continue selling combustion engined cars, notably the Porsche 911 sports car, for many decades to come.