The inside of the Porsche Taycan has been closely guarded, but this spy photo shows us a glimpse of the vehicle's massive digital dashboard!
Of course, this is just a prototype interior but no doubt the production model will see additional refinements to the interior dashboard, steering wheel and other finishes.
The Taycan prototypes are still running around with camouflage but artists have taken their best shot at what the production version may look like.
With Porsche officials having said that the production model will hold close to the Mission E Concept's design (which seems to be the case with the prototypes spied so far), these are likely fairly close.
The upcoming Porsche Taycan has been filmed testing at the Nurburgring ahead of its launch in 2019.
Porsche being the king of the Nurburgring decided it would be the perfect proving ground for the all-new electric sedan and we're sure we'll see official lap times and records soon enough!
Porsche brought ex-Formula 1 racing driver Mark Webber out to the Weissach test track to be among the first to drive the Porsche Mission E sedan!
Mark Webber is a former Formula 1 competitor, and drove the Porsche 919 Hybrid prototype in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, taking second place in 2015.
Porsche just announced the production name for the "Mission E." It will be called the Taycan!
The name can be roughly translated as "lively young horse" which references the imagery at the heart of the Porsche crest.
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