As we wait for news of the full reveal of the Taycan, Porsche has offered a look at the production interior, which shows off a hi-tech dash that is dominated by digital screens. The centerpiece of the new setup is the curved 16.8-inch screen, which is covered in real glass and is coupled with a vapor-deposited, polarizing filter to help reduce glare. The instrument cluster can be viewed in four ways: Classic mode for a more traditional cluster layout, a centered map mode, a full map mode that takes over the entire screen, and a more minimalist Pure mode that displays essential data such as speed, traffic signs, and navigation info.
Other details include standard and GT steering wheel options, a central 10.9-inch infotainment display, Porsche Active Stability Management, voice-controlled gestures, and an 8.4-inch centrala touch panel with haptic feedback. For upholstery, classic leather is available as well as sustainably tanned Club Leather, Race-Tex microfiber, and the floor covering is made out of Econyl recyclable fabrics.
The Taycan will be fully revealed in September.