Porsche’s Electric Pickup: This Is Not the Cybertruck

Premium brands should not produce mass produced cars: the Mercedes-Benz X-Class is a direct confirmation of this.

However, many people believe that if it was developed from scratch by the German manufacturer itself and not by Nissan, the model would still have a chance. What will be discussed today is unlikely to ever come true, but this did not prevent the designer Adel Bouras from fantasizing. As a result, a real pickup truck from Porsche, which the author called Traykan, appeared on paper. Consonance with the electric car Taycan here is for a reason: the pickup was based on it.

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The front of the Porsche pickup is equipped with a pair of LED headlights and a light bar connecting them. There are also two fog lights at the bottom of the front bumper and a black radiator grille with black air intakes. The philosophy of the all-terrain vehicle concept is particularly evident when viewed from the side, thanks to the presence of off-road tires, reinforced wheel arches, side steps and increased ground clearance.

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The rear end of the Traykan features thin taillights, a relatively compact bed and double exhaust pipes. Now, while the Porsche pickup sounds completely outlandish, the Traykan could find quite a few fans especially with ever-increasing demand for electric SUVs and pickups. The manufacturer has already taken a risk by releasing the premium Cayenne SUV, which no one believed in. As a result, this model gave birth to a whole class of similar vehicles. Actually, speaking of this pickup truck, one question arises – why not?

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