A lower-priced variant of Porsche's first battery-electric sports car will make its global debut Wednesday at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The Porsche Taycan 4S, which starts at $105,150, including shipping, will arrive at U.S. dealerships in the second quarter of next year. It is one of four variants of the EV.
Porsche, starting in December, will launch the high-powered, high-priced Turbo and Turbo S versions of the Taycan. Those models will start at $154,860 and $188,960. Prices include shipping. A base Taycan, priced below $100,000, is expected around fall next year.
The 4S is available in two battery sizes: a standard 79.2-kilowatt-hour battery that delivers up to 522 hp and an optional 93.4-kWh battery that delivers up to 562 hp.
At market launch, the Taycan 4S will only be available with the larger battery, increasing the base price for the initial set of Taycan 4S's to $114,340, including destination.
The Taycan 4S accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds and has a top track speed of 155 mph.
PHOTO GALLERY: Porsche Taycan 4s