For now, the 4S is the cheapest Taycan out there. Notable features include partial leather upholstery, eight-way power front seats, dual-zone climate control, adaptive air suspension, rain-sensing wipers, and launch control. Full LED lights, 19-inch staggered wheels, and auto-dimming mirrors round out the list of good stuff.
As with all Porsches, it's easy to get lost while navigating the very lengthy options list. Some highlights from the massive selection of choices: 14- or-18-way power seats, heated seats, a heated steering wheel, and a dynamic lighting system that turns the headlights into corners and auto-dims the high beams. A high-output charging port and a range manager are also available.
The Sport Chrono Package, a famed Porsche upgrade, is available for $1,320. The familiar dash-mounted stopwatch is included, as are five drive modes, which is three more than the non-Sport Chrono car offers. These modes are selected by a toggle switch mounted on the steering wheel.
Sport Chrono just one of the goodies bundled into the $6,430 Performance Package. There's also torque vectoring, rear-axle steering, and what Porsche terms Electric Sport Sound. Dynamic chassis control, which is Porsche's term for active anti-sway bars, is also part of the deal.
If you're not so keen on performance, the $7,000 Premium Package is also offered. It includes ventilated seats, Bose audio, lane change assist, a surround-view camera, and dynamic lighting.
Take care to warn your friends and family before you disappear into the online configurator.