The upcoming all electric Porsche Taycan was previewed this week with the interior being shown in final production form. The big take-away were the 5 screens in the interior with a gorgeous user interface sprinkled throughout.
While BMW is often seen as the market leader with iDrive, Porsche is looking to leap frog everyone with a revolutionary infotainment system that combines complex functionality with simplicity.
Unlike BMW’s recent interior design, Porsche classic design features have been reinterpreted and brought into the digital age. “Less is more applies here too,” explains Ivo van Hulten, Director Interior Design Style Porsche at Porsche AG. “The Taycan interior combines design elements typical for the brand with a new type of user experience, and impresses with its simple elegance.”
Look for the Taycan to debut this Septemeber at the Frankfort Motorshow.