This gives the center console a tidy look and creates storage space. Cool.

Look even further and there’s yet another screen where you wouldn’t – right in front of the passenger. Four drive modes are available: range, normal, sport, sport-plus.

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Interior accents and trims underline the attention to detail, while meeting the highest quality standards typical of Porsche in terms of material characteristics and workmanship.

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It is clearly focused towards the driver and ensures that everything that is needed for driving is in view.

The effect is supposed to be reminiscent of a smartphone or tablet and there are even small touch-control fields at the edges of it for operating the light and chassis functions. The front seats of the 2020 Porsche Taycan 4S are sports car appropriate in terms of support.

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The dash retains a two-element layout with a horizontally focused “upper wing” with an upright face and a narrow “lower wing” where the transmission tunnel would be on a gas-powered car.

The passenger can even input a destination on their side and route directions to the driver’s in-dash nav readout.

A new feature is the fully leather-free interior with state-of-the-art surface textures. Atlanta, Georgia.

The huge screen should be plenty functional, too, giving drivers four separate preset modes which they can easily cycle through via the steering wheel.

2020 Porsche Taycan Interior Photos Released, Buttons Be Damned Tangible knobs are so last century. There is one 16.8-inch unit in front of the driver that serves as the Porsche's gauge cluster, another (a 10.9-inch unit) to the right where most cars situate their infotainment displays, and a third, gigantic monitor ahead of the front-seat passenger with tiles that can be set to show phone, audio, and navigation information simultaneously. • The Pure mode displays only essential driving information such as speed, traffic signs and navigation using a minimalist arrow.

Porsche isn’t the first company to ditch conventional buttons entirely for touch-capacitive controls, but other companies that have, such as Cadillac and Lincoln, have reversed course and are now returning to the humble button.

Another interesting aspect of the Porsche’s gauge cluster is how you can configure it into four distinct displays. ... 2020 Porsche Taycan Is a Driver's Electric Car. The Taycan will be unveiled in September with deliveries for North American and European buyers set to begin late this year. In fact, most of the Taycan's dashboard is covered by displays, left to right, top to bottom.

In spite of the interior's visual simplicity, Porsche will offer customers plenty of ways to spend more money customizing things. The center console houses a third (or fourth, if you tick the box for the passenger display) screen, spanning 8.4 inches.

The steering wheel has a light appearance, with two models to choose from; standard and GT. Color us green—and excited. A customizable home screen looks cleaner and smarter than Porsche’s current infotainment, although the three-tile layout (shown on the passenger display, below) reminds us a bit too much of the current version of BMW’s iDrive system. As in other Volkswagen Group products, a Full Map option turns the entire screen into a nav map with an embedded speed readout and other critical info, while the Pure setting lives on the opposite end of the spectrum, paring the visuals down and showing only speed and charge info along with rudimentary turn-by-turn navigation directions when activated.

Simply say “Hey Porsche” followed by a natural-language command, and the car responds. Because back in the day, the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race would begin with drivers sprinting to their cars, turning them on, and driving off.

Also eco-friendly is the Econyl floor covering, made from recycled materials like old fishing nets.

“Less is more applies here, too,” explains Ivo van Hulten, Director Interior Design Style Porsche at Porsche AG.

The teaser photos show a largely monochromatic colour scheme but, rest assured, Porsche has some intriguing colour selections to choose from.