There’s a facelift coming for the entire Porsche Taycan family with the updated sedan, as well as the Sport Turismo and Cross Turismo wagons, spotted in Europe’s Arctic northern reaches.

    All three prototypes have new headlights, and a redesigned front bumper that seems to eliminate the current car’s running black mascara look.

    At this stage, the sedan is the only one sporting disguise tape on the rear bumper, indicating, potentially, there are fewer changes in store for the wagon variants.

    It’s unclear at this stage whether Porsche is planning any tweaks to the Taycan’s all-electric drivetrain options.

    An earlier set of spy photos indicated Porsche might be working on a higher performance variant with a fixed rear wing.

    There will likely be updates to the car’s multi-screen infotainment system, as well as the usual trim and colour revisions.

    Last year Porsche began rolling out a dealer-installed software upgrade that brought charging and battery efficiency updates to all existing models.

    In 2022 the Taycan saw its sales drop 19.0 per cent to 430, but it still managed to finish second in the Large Car over $70,000 category behind the BMW 5 Series (457), and ahead of the third-placed Mercedes-Benz E-Class (347).

    The Taycan easily bested Porsche’s Panamera (60), which plays in the Upper Large category.

    Overall the Taycan accounted for 7.7 per cent of Porsche’s 2022 sales, which were dominated by the Macan (2737) and Cayenne (1581) crossovers.

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    Derek Fung

    Derek Fung would love to tell you about his multiple degrees, but he's too busy writing up some news right now. In his spare time Derek loves chasing automotive rabbits down the hole. Based in New York, New York, Derek loves to travel and is very much a window not an aisle person.

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