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  • tickUltimate lifestyle accessory
  • tickBlinding performance
  • tickTax breaks for company users
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Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo (2021 - )

Money aside if the only thing stopping you buying the all-electric Porsche Taycan was limited practicality or lack of crossover styling then here’s the solution – the Taycan Cross Turismo. Behind the snazzy sounding name it is – basically – a Taycan estate with a garnish of crossover styling, combining all the amazing style and performance of the regular four-door version with a more ‘lifestyle’ inspired image. Fast, expensive and oh-so-cool, the Cross Turismo is an arch blend of fashionable SUV looks and electrified performance. Click here for our review of the regular Taycan.
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Costs for an electrified Porsche like the Taycan Cross Turismo are a story in two parts. Buying it will – inevitably – be a very expensive process, with even the entry level version costing just shy of £90,000 before you hit the extensive options list. Put it this way, if your Taycan Cross Turismo leaves the showroom with a bottom line price under £100,000 you’ve got off very lightly indeed. And you can forget any government plug-in car grant at this level.

But fear not. If you can run your Cross Turismo as a company car you’ll be saving more than the monthly lease in Benefit In Kind alone compared with an equivalent petrol powered Panamera Sport Turismo, thanks to the nominal tax in comparison with its gas guzzling brother. True, the Taycan has an equivalent appetite for power to charge its massive 93.4kWh battery (standard on this model) but, if you’re smart with your home charging, it will cost pennies to run in comparison with an equivalently fast or prestigious saloon or SUV powered on petrol or diesel. Entry to this club is expensive but, to stretch the analogy, once you’re inside you’ll find the drinks are pretty much free.

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