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Following the announcement that its Tesla rival will be on sale and on the road in 2020, Porsche has been spotted testing the all-electric Taycan once again.

Early prototypes are already being built and, although only seen disguised in public, they give a hint as to how the four-door saloon will look and at some of its production specifications.

Like most modern electric vehicles, the Porsche Taycan has its batteries stashed under its floor to not only help make use of every possible area of unused space, but to keep weight and the car’s centre of gravity as low as possible. To maintain the low cabin, roofline and driving position typical of a non-SUV Porsche, a space has been left in the floor ahead of the rear seats for passengers to place their feet.



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