For the 2025 model year, Porsche has given the Taycan a refreshing update, including a subtle facelift and enhancements to its charging capabilities and range.

However, potential buyers of the new Taycan should be aware that these improvements also come with significant increases in price.

The starting price for the entry-level sedans, the base Taycan, has risen to $101,395, representing an $8845 hike compared to the previous year. Similarly, the 4S variant now comes with a price tag of $120,495. Moving on to the higher-performance Turbo and Turbo S sedans, their starting prices have been set at $175,595 and $210,995, respectively.

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The wagon version of the Taycan adheres to a comparable structure. The initial offering, the Taycan 4 Cross Turismo, now has a starting price of $113,095.

Following that, the Taycan 4S Cross Turismo is priced at $127,195, the Taycan Turbo Cross Turismo at $178,295, and the Taycan Turbo S Cross Turismo at $213,695.

The improved battery performance, refreshed appearance, and upgraded screen serve as a counterbalance to the increased expenses. Within the Sport Chrono package, a novel “push-to-pass” feature has been introduced, providing a 10-second surge of power, reaching up to 70 kilowatts, depending on the specific model. When utilizing the Launch Control function in the Taycan Turbo S, this translates to an impressive 140 kW boost, resulting in a peak output of 938 horsepower.

Porsche has managed to reduce the weight of the battery while simultaneously boosting its capacity. Recently, we had the opportunity to take a prototype 2025 Taycan for a test drive in California. Impressively, the car traveled a total of 313 miles before needing to stop, displaying a state of charge at 8 percent.

This allowed us to recharge the test vehicle from 8 to 80 percent in just under 17 minutes, reaching a peak charging rate of 327 kW. These results align perfectly with Porsche’s estimated time of 18 minutes to go from 10 to 80 percent state of charge.

Porsche has announced that the 2025 Taycan sedans will start being delivered in the summer, while the Cross Turismo wagon variants will be available in the fall. Regrettably, the GTS sedan and GTS Sport Turismo wagon are currently not included in Porsche’s lineup, but we anticipate their reintroduction later this year.

Furthermore, the mysterious winged Taycan, featured in Porsche’s Nürburgring lap teaser, was conspicuously absent from the pricing details provided by Porsche.