After announcing its partnership with Apple Music last week, Porsche just dropped the first official image of the Taycan's production interior.
The modern dash of the electric vehicle is filled with digital style, including an instrument cluster displayed on a curved 16.8-inch screen covered in real glass and clad with a polarizing filter that dramatically cuts down the glare. Drivers can choose between four display modes for the instrument cluster, like Classic mode, evoking the rounded instruments typical of Porsche, and Pure mode, our favorite, which ditches everything but the essentials for a modern and minimalistic feel.
The car also features a central 10.9-inch display and 8.4-inch touch panel with haptic feedback, doubling down on the elevated and futuristic style. Upholstery wise, you're looking at all your usual options like classic leather and Race-Tex microfiber.
The Porsche Taycan is due out in 2020 and appears to be taking on the Tesla Model S directly. Which ride do you prefer...?