2021 Porsche Taycan RWD erases most differences between electric and gasoline vehicles

It’s time to stop talking about electric cars like they’re odd and radically different, a new kind of transportation. They’re cars, each developed to meet price and performance goals, each with inevitable trade-offs dictated by those factors. The 2021 Porsche Taycan, a more affordable rear-drive version of the sports car specialist’s first electric car, makes that clear. I drove a Euro-spec model on a frigid February day, and liked nearly everything about it. The rear-drive Taycan goes on sale this spring. With a base price of $79,900, the Taycan’s not for everybody, by any stretch of the imag…

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