Just as the "entry-level" 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S reaches dealerships in the U.S. word of a less-expensive model surfaces.

Porsche R&D chief Dr. Michael Steiner told Car Magazine in a Monday interview "there will be entry-level models coming off the Taycan."

Steiner went on to say the less-expensive Taycan will be rear-wheel drive and feature a smaller battery pack. He noted that not all markets, such as China, need all-wheel drive due to more mild weather conditions.

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Your Best Bet? Budget Rear-Wheel Drive Only Taycan Confirmed

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