Porsche's first fully electric sports car arrived in 2019 in the form of the Taycan. Despite the absence of a combustion engine, the legendary 'Turbo' name is still present.
The Taycan's 90kWh electric powerplant produces a whopping 751bhp and 1050Nm (on overboost in 'S' trim), and offers an impressive real world range of over 260 miles, with an 80% charging time as low as 23 minutes.
It's no lightweight at over 5000 lbs, but 0-60mph still takes just 2.7 sec, thanks to the instant torque.
The smooth body posesses an impressively low 0.25 cW drag coefficient, while huge 21 inch alloys, incorporating PCCB 420mm ceramic brakes as standard, give the Taycan a sporty look.
The interior is ultra futursitic, with3 (or optionally 4) touchscreen infotainment displays.
The Taycan Turbo retails from £116k in the UK, with the more powerful 'S' model starting at £139k.
It will be interesting to see how rivals such as Tesla respond to the new kid on the block.