It’s hard to believe the all-electric Porsche Taycan has been around for 4-years already, but that means it’s time for some updating, which Porsche is delivering for the 2025 model year.

Changes for both the sedan and Cross Turismo have happened from front to back with styling tweaks, better interiors, more standard content, and even increased range.

Capacity in the Taycan’s standard range battery increases from 79-kWh to 89; while the Performance Battery Plus goes from 93-kWh to 105. That means more range across the board, official numbers aren’t out just yet, but expect to see a 20-30% improvement.

And thanks to a more powerful rear motor for all Taycans, it also means higher performance as we recently got a taste of in Southern Spain, both on and off track.

While even the base Taycan sees a boost of 80-horsepower, which is enough to shave more than half a second of its 0-60 time, it’s the Turbo S that sees the biggest increase, shooting from 750 up to 938-horsepower.

“So, how do you make the Porsche of EVs even better? Well, more range is a good way, more power is also a good way, they’ve done both here with the new Taycan, but above all of that, it’s really just this car’s superb driving experience that sets it apart from other high-performance high-end EVs.”

And then there’s this, the first ever Taycan Turbo GT available with or without a lightweight Weissach Package and delivering up to 1,019-horsepower. We can’t wait to get some more seat time in that one!

Pricing for the 2025 Porsche Taycan starts at just over $100,000; you can order now, with arrivals beginning this summer.

We’ll have much more on the Taycan before then, so keep it right here on MotorWeek.