Porsche Taycan Turbo S Beats Tesla Model S Plaid's Nürburgring Record

The Porsche Taycan was officially unveiled, a camouflaged preproduction prototype of a Taycan Turbo set a lap time at the Nürburgring of 7:42.34,

setting the record for a series-production electric car at the famed racetrack.

Then, last fall, Tesla arrived at the 'Ring and set a new EV record of 7:35.579 with its Model S Plaid. Obviously Porsche couldn't let that stand,

So it has returned to the track with the range-topping Taycan Turbo S and beat Tesla's record by more than two seconds.

Porsche's new time of 7:33.3 was set by Lars Kern, the same driver who set the Taycan's 2019 record time.

The Taycan Turbo S used for the lap was completely stock other than a mandated roll cage and racing seat, and its weight was identical to a standard Taycan's.

This Taycan was fitted with a new performance kit that's available through Porsche Tequipment,


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