The Taycan looks ultra-modern but it is also immediately recognisable as a Porsche. It offers room for four (and if required even five), although it is a lot less spacious than the Panamera. Headroom is limited in the back, especially to the side, because of the tapered roofline. You are more comfortable in the front but the view on the beautiful curved and floating digital instrument cluster is a bit obstructed by the steering wheel. The infotainment screen is neatly integrated on top of the centre console, with almost all buttons replaced by virtual keys.
At the front it has a small 81-litre boot which it mainly useful to store the charging cables. At the back, the boot can hold 407 litres. The boot lid does not open very wide, making it an unlikely candidate for a moving van.