Because electric motors often take up less space than engines, Porsche has made the Taycan quite practical. Despite the low roof and the supercar image, the Taycan has a 407-litre boot at the back and a secondary 84-litre storage compartment at the front of the car. That’s more than enough for a weekend away, even if you’re carrying charging cables with you as you go.
If you really need more space, you can lease the Porsche Cross Turismo model with a roomier rear end. It has the same 84-litre front compartment, but the boot grows to 446 litres. And if you need even more room, you can pop the back seats down to free up 1212 litres.
In the main cabin, there’s plenty of room for those in the front, but passengers in the rear seats have a little less room. Even so, you can carry 4 people in relative comfort. If you want to fit a fifth person in between the 2 rear seats, you’ll need to select the ‘4+1’ seating option. That gives you an occasional 3rd seat in the back row.