Porsche’s new all-electric Taycan has landed in Australia, with a scintillating spectacle in Sydney. Marking the beginning of a new era, it connects the brand’s history with an electric future.
Boasting breathtaking performance figures across the range, it’s the sportscar you’d expect from Porsche and more. Of course, when it comes to introducing a car this exciting to Australia - it deserves an equally dazzling event.
Sydney’s stunning Darling Harbour recently played the backdrop to an innovative water projection featuring the new all-electric Porsche Taycan. Over the course of the night, thousands of people enjoying their evening on the waterfront were enamoured and entertained by the brilliant spectacle playing out over the harbour.
High pressure jets created a 20-metre-wide cloud hovering above the water line, with stunning visuals of the Porsche Taycan projected on to it - along with 3D-effects, neon colours and electricity crackling across the water. A coordinated soundtrack added to the atmosphere.
This was complimented with more projections on the side of a nearby skyscraper, bringing the Porsche Taycan to the city.
When the Porsche Taycan first hit Australian shores earlier this year, the dream became a reality. And the reality is very, very exciting indeed. Here it was: Porsche’s very first production electric car. And what a car…
The Taycan and Taycan Cross Turismo will start production in September with notable changes. Thanks to technological developments, the integration of Android Auto in the Porsche Communication Management (PCM) system will be available. With the new Paint to Sample and Paint to Sample Plus options, unconventional and personal colour choices can now be realised.