There are some pretty wild choices offered by the Porsche Taycan GT Configurator

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It was only a matter of time before Porsche brought a new flagship Taycan to the market as a response to the Model S Plaid and Lucid Air Sapphire.
The new Taycan Turbo GT is finally here and so is the official configurator.
In the U.S., prices for the Taycan Turbo GT start at $231,995 with or without the optional Weissach package.
In the U.S., the Taycan Turbo GT is priced starting at $231,995, whether opting for the Weissach package or not.
Read: 1,092-HP Porsche Taycan Turbo GT Is A Tesla Slaying Track MonsterSix standard shades and colors for the car are offered but as with other Porsche models, it is also available with the Paint to Sample and Paint to Sample Plus programs, priced at $13,150 and $30,020 respectively.
A single 21-inch forged wheel is available, which can be finished in either Brilliant Silver, Satin Black, or Satin Neodyme (bronze).
Interior options are minimal as all models come standard with the black GT Interior Package with Race-Tex materials or can be optioned with black leather/Race-Tex with silver or blue stitching.
Unlike the Model S Plaid and Air Sapphire, the Taycan Turbo GT does not have a tri-motor system but instead uses an upgraded dual-motor setup.
In normal driving, it produces 777 hp but this figure climbs to 1,019 hp with launch control and peaks at 1,092 hp for 2-second bursts.
It can hit 60 mph (96 km/h) in 2.1 seconds with the Weissach package and tops out at 190 mph (306 km/h).

Porsche’s response to the Model S Plaid and Lucid Air Sapphire was inevitable: a new flagship Taycan would eventually hit the market. The official configurator is finally available along with the new Taycan Turbo GT.

within the U. s. with or without the optional Weissach package, the Taycan Turbo GT starts at $231,995. Though we believe many buyers won’t like the fixed rear wing and the lack of rear seats, this is the example we came up with.

within the U. s. whether or not the Weissach package is chosen, the Taycan Turbo GT starts at $231,995. This package is included in our imagined blue example further below, though we expect the fixed rear wing and the absence of rear seats to put off many potential buyers. Porsche will, however, also cater to your most extravagant fantasies—although we suspect the results may be a little too garish—by offering a range of color wrap and decal options, which cost $11,400 and $1,200, respectively.

See also: The 1,092-hp Porsche Taycan Turbo GT is a track monster that can take down Teslas.

The car comes in six standard colors and shades, but like other Porsche models, it can also be had for $13,150 and $30,020 through the Paint to Sample and Paint to Sample Plus programs.

There is a single 21-inch forged wheel available in Brilliant Silver, Satin Black, or Satin Neodyme (bronze) finishes. Few interior options are available because all models come with the black GT Interior Package as standard, which includes Race-Tex materials. Black leather/Race-Tex with silver or blue stitching is also an option.

A Bose surround sound system, aluminum pedals, illuminated door sill guards, a fire extinguisher, and a smoking package are just a few of the optional packages that are offered.

The Taycan Turbo GT has an improved dual-motor setup rather than a tri-motor system like the Model S Plaid and Air Sapphire. It has 777 horsepower when driving normally, but with launch control, that number rises to 1,019 horsepower and peaks at 1,092 horsepower during 2-second bursts. Its top speed is 190 mph (306 km/h), and with the Weissach package, it can reach 60 mph (96 km/h) in 2 points 1 seconds.

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