2024 Porsche Taycan Turbo S

The 2024 Porsche Taycan Turbo S will be getting a lot of attention as the 2019 Porsche Taycan broke a lot of the ground with 800V and huge performance.

This facelift has introduced some significant increases in power and efficiency overall.

Specifications

  • Usable Energy = 97 kWh (total = 105 kWh)
    • Usable SoC Window = 92.4%
  • Peak Power = 736 kW10s
  • Configuration = 198s 2p
    • Total number of cell = 396
  • Pack Mass = 621 kg

The total energy has increased from 93.4kWh to 105kWh and the usable window has increased from the original 90%. Overall the usable energy is up 16% and the range is up 35%.

These cells sit in a redesigned housing with composite glass fibre materials for its underbody guard, and all-in it’s 9kg lighter than before, despite the extra capacity.

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Charging

  • Fast Charge Power= 320 kW
  • Charge time for 10 to 80% = 18 minutes

Fast charge power has been increased and charge time for the 10-80% sprint from 37 minutes to 18 minutes. Perhaps more significant is the improved charging in cold temperatures, although no data yet to backup this line from Porsche: “very high charging capacities can be achieved more quickly, even at low temperatures”.

Metrics

  • Gravimetric Energy Density = 169 Wh/kg
  • Gravimetric Power Density = 1187 W10s/kg
  • Gravimetric Charge Power Density= 515 Wcont/kg

Increased total energy and reduced battery pack weight has improved the gravimetric density from 148Wh/kg.

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gravimetric power versus energy density and the Porsche Taycan from 2019 to 2024

A significant improvement in battery pack performance that has had a real impact on the vehicle overall performance.

References

  1. The new Porsche Taycan, Porsche Newsroom
  2. Porsche Taycan 2024 updates revealed: 0-62mph in 2.4s with the new 938bhp Turbo S, Auto Express
  3. 2024 Porsche Taycan: faster acceleration and charging for performance EV, WhatCar

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