Based on the numbers Porsche revealed, the marque’s first all-electric automobile, Porsche Taycan, will be a beast and a very good looking one. That said, there’s no reason why anyone want to have it tuned up, or spruce up its look. Then again, if somebody can give it more oomph and making it look even better, why the hell not right?
And the someone would be Hennessey Performance Engineering (HPE). The Texas car turner best known for bestowing high-powered internal combustion (IC) cars with even more crazy horsepower has announced that it will be offering high-performance upgrades for the Porsche Taycan. That’s right. There’s going to be a Hennessey Porsche Taycan.
The company plans to start with basic modifications like switching up the wheels and tires, upgrading the interior and give the car a more aggressive look with front and rear bumpers. You know, the usual car mod stuff, but the Hennessey way, of course. After that, the tuner will explore “what might be possible in terms of adding more power.”
But really, the Taycan does not need any of that, but if HPE can do it, I am sure would-be Porsche Taycan owners would not say no. Hennessey said it plans to take delivery of the Porsche Taycan development car soon after Porsche begins delivering Taycans in stateside in 2020.