Porsche's first-ever all-electric car will be officially called the Taycan, the company announced as part of its 70th anniversary celebrations. Taken from a Eurasian dialect, Taycan roughly translates to a 'young, prancing horse', marking an ode to Porsche's iconic crest and logo that features a prancing horse. The Taycan will roll off production lines globally in 2020, and will mark Porsche's first-ever all-electric vehicle. It is also quite a tech-laden affair, with reports stating that the Porsche Taycan will be enabled with Level Four autonomous driving.
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