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The Most Common Porsche Taycan Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Porsche Taycan. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Taycan

A battery electric saloon, the Taycan is a modern concept car unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2015 by Porsche.

Four years after that show, Porsche put the Taycan into production as the very first electric production Porsche.

Numerous variations were available and by 2020 over 20,000 units had been delivered meaning at that time the Taycan made up 7.4% of total Porsche sales.

With four digital displays, fully interactive infotainment and touchpad, the Taycan had all the latest in modern technology fitted.

As an interesting styling choice, Porsche installed suicide doors, found more commonly on cars of the 1940s where the doors are hinged at the rear rather than the front. The door handles are fully retractable as is the rear spoiler and the Taycan is stand out in comparison to other Porches due to its snubbed nose.

The chassis is predominantly made from steel and aluminum to save on weight as much as possible with only the bumpers exclusively aluminum.

With an impressive range of 327 km on a full charge (depending on the road surface and demands made on the vehicle), the Taycan has five driving modes which can be selected by the driver; Sport, Sport Plus, Normal, Range and Individual.

Porsche created an 800-volt charging system specifically to allow for an 80% run return on just a 5% charge.

Unlike numerous other electric cars, the Taycan has two charging points found on both sides of the vehicle. Awarded ‘Performance car of the year’ by What Car coupled with a 5 out of 5 review, the Taycan is hailed as an impressive addition to the battery electric market.

There are a number of premium alternatives available to customers considering a luxury electric vehicle, the Tesla Model 3 for example, Lucid Air, Mercedes Benz EQS, Lotus Evija or the BMW i4.