At this year’s World Car of the Year Awards 2020 (WCOTY), the Taycan saw the checkered flag in two categories: winning World Luxury Car and World Performance Car of the Year.
These awards, voted for by 86 international motor journalists, continue the winning streak for the Taycan. It has already won around 40 international prizes including Top Gear magazine’s ‘Car of the Year’ and ‘Game Changer of the Year’, and numerous ‘Car of the Year’ awards from around the globe.
Michael Steiner (member of the Executive Board, Research and Development) received the latest awards saying: “This double win underlines what we wanted to achieve when we developed the Taycan: a driver-focused, fully electric sports car that can take on any performance car, focused on uncompromised everyday usability and contemporary, digital luxury and comfort for four passengers. We are delighted that the WCOTY jury rewards these efforts.”
The Taycan is a sports cars, redesigned with sustainability in mind. The first all-electric sports car, the Taycan, marks the beginning of a new era for Porsche as the company systematically expands its product range in the field of e-mobility.
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