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Electric Car Giveaway: Win a Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo worth £100,074

This November you could win a brand-new Porsche Taycan, complete with a Hypervolt home charger, and up to £1300 towards your car insurance.

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Published on 20 October 2023 | 0 min read

Auto Trader is giving away an electric car every month, plus everything you need to make switching to electric as easy as can be. It’s free to enter. Simply fill in the form on our Electric Car Giveaway page and you’re all done.
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November’s Electric Car Giveaway prizes

This month we’ve gone all out, giving you the chance to win one of the best electric cars ever made. It’s a fully loaded Porsche Taycan 4 Cross Turismo worth a massive £100,074 – and it could be yours.
There’s no catch. All you need to do is enter the free draw to have a chance of being the latest lucky winner of our monthly EV Giveaway. Could your electric journey start here? You have nothing to lose by entering. As well as the Porsche, the winner receives up to £1,300 towards their car insurance costs through Compare the Market and a brand-new home electric car charger with free UK installation from Hypervolt. Everything you need to spark your journey to electric!

Meet the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo

The Taycan Cross Turismo doesn’t really add up, in many ways. It’s a big family hatchback with a massive boot, off-road styling, powered by electricity… and made by Porsche. You know, the company whose legacy is built on iconic petrol-engined sports cars, like the 911 and the Boxster and the Cayman? (We won’t bring Porsche SUVs into this because it muddies the point.)
And yet, this Porsche Taycan is amazing in every way. The ‘Cross Turismo’ part means it’s slightly different to a standard Taycan – and better, in the view of many. That’s because instead of the ‘regular’ Taycan’s sloping rear end, it has a big estate-like hatchback, which means it’s much more practical. It’s also off-road capable. Not 'Land Rover' capable, but the suspension is raised a little and it has four-wheel drive and a switchable ‘off-road’ mode for extra traction on gravel or dirt terrain. But beyond that, it’s just a fantastic car to drive, and a phenomenal day-to-day family wagon. It blends the space of an SUV with a low-down driving position that makes it feel like a true Porsche sports car. The handling is exceptional, with the sort of feel and nuance through the tyres that you’d expect from any Porsche, and yet it’s as refined and comfortable as a luxury car. Also it’s quick. Very quick. Plant your foot on the accelerator and it’ll instantly pin you to the back of your seat. Range anxiety shouldn’t be a thing in the Taycan either because the battery is huge. Built on a cutting-edge EV chassis, the real-world range is more than 250 miles, and it will charge at speeds of up to 270kW. That means you can get the battery from 10-80% in about 20 minutes at the quickest public DC charging stations. Porsche is infamous for the scope and cost of its options list, but for our prize car we didn’t hold back. We’ve added more than £11,000 worth of extras to a car that’s already hugely specified. It has heated leather seats, a heated steering wheel, an upgraded BOSE surround sound system, 20-inch Turbo S wheels, and a panoramic glass roof. We’ve even included details like Porsche crests on the headrests (£176), a Porsche branded lightstrip at the back (£555) and a £389 sound emulator that makes it sound…well, a bit bonkers. No expense spared. And it could be yours. Want to know more? Read the full review here
The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo (LHD)
The Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo (LHD)

Learn more about electric

Auto Trader is home to the UK’s largest online selection of electric vehicles. Whether you’re just starting your electric car journey or want to find out more about the world of electric cars before you make the switch, these links will help you out:
- Five steps to consider when making the switch to electric - How to charge an electric car at home - The latest EV news and videos - How far electric and hybrid cars can travel - What’s an electric car and how does it work? - Electric car jargon explained - Electric car batteries explained