To mark the 90th anniversary of the Hockenheimring, Porsche presents the first special edition based on the electric sports car, The Taycan GTS Hockenheimring Edition. Many unique details, such as paintwork in Stone Grey with Bronzite accents, decorative stitching, and the ‘90 Jahre Hockenheimring’ anniversary logo in several parts of the vehicle.
Fine materials, an elegant colour combination and unusual details – these are what make this Taycan GTS Hockenheimring edition unique. The Stone Grey paintwork comes from the custom colour programme and is reserved for the special edition in the current model year of the Taycan. This timeless, striking Porsche exterior colour underscores the emotive character of the electric sports car. Bronzite was developed as a contrasting colour to round out the scheme. It reinterprets classic metallic tones and provides elegant exterior and interior accents.
Exclusive access also comes as part of the car’s equipment package: with the vehicle key, customers can identify themselves as owners of the special edition. This entitles them to drive straight to the Porsche Experience Centre Hockenheimring, which is located at the heart of the racetrack. It also comes with two years of free charging during the opening hours of the PEC Hockenheimring. Customers also enjoy preferential parking at PEC events, and the monthly vehicle gatherings of Porsche enthusiasts.
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