The Taycan arrives in three guises starting with the Turbo 4S variant from RM725,000 while the mid-range Turbo variant gets tagged from RM999,000 and finally the flagship Turbo S variant from RM1.195mil.
SDAP says that deliveries for the Taycan in Malaysia will begin in the first quarter of 2021.
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The Taycan is covered by the usual four-year maintenance and warranty programme or all Porsche cars from SDAP as well as an eight-year warranty for the Dräxlmaier lithium-ion battery.
An added option is available to allow new owners to extend the vehicle's warranty for up to 15 years.
The Taycan is the first production sports electric vehicle with a system voltage of 800 volts instead of the usual 400 volts for electric cars.
As part of the ownership experience, SDAP will be offering charging solutions for new Taycan owners with equipment that includes a 22kW Porsche Mobile Charger Plus and the 175kW direct current (DC) Porsche Home Energy Manager for a limited time only.
This will require a home charge check to be performed.
The energy manager will allow the battery to be fully charged in about 36 minutes while utilising an 11kW alternating current (AC) plug at home means the Taycan can be fully charged in about nine hours.
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The Taycan rides on 2,900mm wheelbase and comes measuring in at 4,963mm-long, 2,144mm-wide and 1,379mm-tall while weighing around 2,140kg (kerb)
As standard, all three variants are equipped with the Porsche Electric Sport Sound and launch control as well as a front 84-litre and rear 407-litre luggage compartment.
To differentiate the three variants, the entry-level 4S uses LED headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus and gets a standard 79.2kWh liquid-cooled lithium-ion Performance Battery.
The battery allows the 4S to travel up to 407km from a full charge.
With 530PS and 640Nm of torque sprinting from 0 to 100kph takes 4.0 seconds before getting limited to a top speed of 250kph.
With the optional Performance Battery Plus, the performance is increased to 571PS while range gets bumped up to 463km.
Inside, the cabin is equipped with a freestanding 16.9-inch curved instrument cluster that's also touch-capable as well as a central 10.9-inch infotainment display and an optional passenger display.
Moving up the ladder to the Turbo variant means that the headlights get swapped out for the LED Matrix Headlights that comes with Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus).
Other than the 4S, the interiors of the Turbo and Turbo S are made from recycled materials which deem them to be leather-free and is available as an added option for the 4S.
Also included are an all-wheel-drive system, a larger 93.4kWh battery and more torque at 850Nm which allows the Turbo and Turbo S to travel faster at a limited top speed of 260kph.
With the larger battery, the Turbo s range now increases to 450km along with more torque at 850Nm to drop its 0 to 100kph sprint times down to 3.2 seconds.
The flagship Turbo S model variant's range, unfortunately, takes a hit at 412km due to it having a higher output at 761PS and 1,050Nm of torque.
The added performance means 0 to 100kph sprint times now get shaved down to 2.8 seconds - similar to its Formula E Porsche 99X counterpart.
Furthermore, the Turbo S comes fitted with lightweight Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) system that practically lasts the life of the car.
The Turbo S also adds carbon bits to its exterior such as its door sill guards, side-skirts and the louvred rear diffuser.
The exterior parts can be had as optional extras for the 4S and Turbo model variants.
“The Taycan is the first purely electric-powered sports car from Porsche and marks the beginning of a new era into the field of electromobility," said SDAP chief executive officer Christopher Hunter.