Brabus has updated the Porsche Taycan Turbo S with 22-inch wheels and lime green interior.
The Brabus isn’t your usual Porsche tuner, but that didn’t stop them from offering a fully electric styling kit for the Porsche Taycan Turbo S, 22-inch wheels, custom-made interior and reduced suspension.
The Taycan is one of the most sporty-looking cars to leave the factory, but the Brabus has added a few carbon fibers around the body inspired by exotic hypercars. These include more pronounced splitters and intake hoods, as well as aerodynamic hoods on the front bumper and side slopes. The full-width taillights on the back have an elegant lip spoiler and a stylish diffuser with extra wings. There are also a number of Brabus brands that replace the Porsche roof.
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The final touch is the signature 22-inch Brabus Monoblock Z “Platinum Edition” forged wheels painted in black, which show the brake calipers of the brand Brabus painted in lime green. The latter is reminiscent of Tehart’s personal offer for the Taikan, which shows that green is a popular color among tuners for EV cars.
750 hp (560 kW / 761 PS) and 774 pound-feet (1050 Nm) of torque, the electric motor of the Taycan Turbo S remains unchanged. However, thanks to the Brabus Ride Control module, Taikan’s air suspension brings it closer to the ground by 20 mm (0.8 inches), further reducing the center of gravity.
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When you open the Brabus-adjusted Taycan door, you realize that there are fewer external modifications compared to the bright colors of the interior. The two-tone leather upholstery combines dark green with light green and can be found on all chairs, dashboards, center consoles and doors. Leather seats and custom-made upholstery are sewn with a quilt pattern, and the Brabus Masterpiece panels on the seats show that this is not a Porsche brand. Summarizing the changes, the carbon fiber finish, the aluminum accents, and the useful dose of Alcantara surface liner.
If you’re not a fan of the presentation car’s color combination, Brabus allows you to personalize your custom Taika. The cost of the above options remains unopened, so if you want to upgrade your EV, contact the tuner directly.