2025 Porsche Taycan Prices Increasing Up To $14,200

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, Automotive Editor - February 8, 2024
2025 Porsche Taycan

While the world focused on the all-new Porsche Macan EV, the German luxury brand was busy updating the Porsche Taycan. The automaker’s first all-electric car, the Taycan, which was introduced for the 2020 model year, is starting to feel old against newer competitors. Porsche is looking to change with the 2025 Taycan as the electric car gets a new exterior design, updated powertrains, extra range, and slightly updated tech features. The changes have driven pricing for the 2025 Taycan up dramatically, as the updated Taycan is as much as $14,200 more expensive than before.

Pricing for the 2025 Taycan with rear-wheel drive starts at $99,400, which represents an increase of $8,500. The Taycan 4S starts at $118,500, as pricing for that trim has gone up by $6,800. Pricing for the high-performance Taycan Turbo trims have gone up, as well, as the Turbo trim costs $173,600 and the Turbo S is priced at $209,000. Compared to last year, the 2025 Turbo has gone up by $12,800 and the Turbo S sedan’s price has gone up by $14,100.

Pricing for the 2025 Taycan Cross Turismo wagon has gone up, too. The base Cross Turismo starts at $111,100, which is $9,200 higher than before. The 4S Cross Turismo costs $125,200, an increase of $7,000 from last year. The sporty Turbo Cross Turismo costs $176,300, while the range-topping Turbo S Cross Turismo is priced at $211,700. Prices for the Turbo trims have gone up by $12,900 and $14,200, respectively.

While pricing for the 2025 Taycan has dramatically increased for the new model year, Porsche’s sporty electric car is still competitively priced for the segment. The Taycan is more expensive than the Lucid Air ($77,400) and the Tesla Model S ($74,990), but cheaper than the Audi e-tron GT ($106,500), BMW i7 ($105,700), and Mercedes-Benz EQS Sedan ($104,400).

2025 Porsche Taycan Dashboard

Porsche has made a lot of changes for the 2025 model year that help justify the price hikes. The electric car gets some styling changes in the form of new taillights, a revised front bumper, new headlights, and updated fenders.

Underneath the body, the Taycan and Taycan Cross Turismo gain new battery packs. The Taycan comes standard with an 83.6-kWh battery pack, while an available Performance 97-kWh battery pack is available. Porsche has also updated the Taycan’s charging capability for quicker charge times, as the EV can now handle charging at up to 320 kW. The larger battery packs also come with improved powertrain efficiency, which should result in more range. Porsche only has range figures on the European WLTP cycle, so we’ll have to wait until the EPA does its testing.

When it comes to performance, the Taycan comes with new electric motors that bring a large bump in power. Porsche has fitted the Tacyan with a new rear motor that’s more powerful and lighter than before. The base Taycan RWD is still rated at 402 horsepower, but drivers don’t have to activate launch control to get maximum power. The Taycan RWD is quicker to 60 mph than before, as Porsche claims the EV can make the sprint in 4.5 seconds, which is 0.6 seconds quicker than before.

Porsche has greatly increased performance for the Turbo S trim. The range-topping trim continues to come with dual electric motors, but power is now rated at up to 938 horsepower and 808 pound-feet of torque. To get that kind of power out of the electric car, drivers have to activate a new push-to-pass feature and engage launch control.

2025 Porsche Taycan Interior

Beyond the boost in performance, the Taycan also comes with standard air suspension with adaptive dampers. The Taycan will continue to be offered with an anti-roll system, but the old 48-volt electrical system has been discontinued in favor of a new electro-hydraulic system called Active Ride.

There aren’t a lot of changes on the inside, though Porsche has added a new optional passenger-side screen that has a filter that only allows the passenger to see it while the car is in motion. The Taycan’s digital instruments have been updated, while the EV’s navigation system has been updated and new Apple CarPlay+ allow drivers to control the car’s climate functions.

While Porsche provided specifications on the base Taycan and the Taycan Turbo S models, the automaker didn’t provide information on the Taycan 4S and Taycan Turbo models. Deliveries of the electric car are expected to start this summer.

Pictured: 2025 Porsche Taycan

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, Automotive Editor

Based out of the Washington, D.C. area, Joel Patel is an automotive journalist that hails from Northern Virginia. His work has been featured on various automotive outlets, including Autoweek, Digital Trends, and Autoblog. When not writing about cars, Joel enjoys trying new foods, wrenching on his car, and watching horror movies. 

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