Porsche updates software and hardware for 2023 Taycan. Porsche Taycan, the company’s sole all-electric model to date, debuted in 2020 and swiftly rose to the top of sales lists. Porsche is putting much effort into the all-electric Macan, but the Taycan will get its first significant software updates.
The pace of technological advancement is unrelenting, and manufacturers are discovering that they must keep their products current to maintain sales. Apart from the new Macan, which we now hear may postponed until 2024, the electric fleet of Porsche expected to increase over the coming years. There are even speculations that an electric 911 is being studied.
Porsche updates software and hardware for 2023 Taycan
A brand-new SUV that will be larger than the Cayenne and the Boxter now designed; by 2025, the Cayman pair will also offer an electrified variant. It’s good news all around that the 2023 Porsche Taycan will only get software updates that will be compatible with vehicles already on the market. The revisions will affect the informationtainment, powertrain, and thermal management departments. Let’s examine it more closely.
The last modifications will made to thermal management, speeding up battery preconditioning and raising the battery temperature to improve charging efficiency at higher SoC. All of the modifications above will implemented, starting with 2023 models and continuing with 2020, 2021, and 2022 vehicles.
Tycan will soon receive new 19″ polished and painted Aero wheels with the model name S Aero Wheels as part of the hardware updates. With a panoramic glass roof, Variable Light Control will be standard, and Porsche Daschcam front and rear wiring harness pre-installation will be an option.