Porsche’s Line-Up to Be Supplemented with 6 New Models in 2021

The German company is preparing to expand the 911, 718 and Taycan families.

A Taycan EV forum user figured out the VIN decoder of the 2021 Porsche model and found that the brand's line-up will soon be supplemented with at least 6 new cars. After deciphering the identification numbers, the enthusiast learned about the upcoming premiere of four modifications of the Taycan Cross Turismo, the racing 911 GT3 and the anniversary 718 Boxster.

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In 2021, Porsche’s model range will be expanded with the electric Taycan Cross Turismo. The new vehicle will be released in four versions: a standard rear-wheel drive variant, as well as all-wheel drive 4S, Turbo and Turbo S modifications. Probably, the Taycan Cross Turismo will resemble the sedan with the same name but this information has not been officially confirmed.

Also, the first racing Porsche 911 992 will debut in the next 8 months: the GT3 and GT3 Touring will be released. Another new product will be the 718 Boxster 25 Year Edition. Judging by the VIN-code mask, the special version dedicated to the quarter-century anniversary of the model will be based on the GTS 4.0 modification with a 4.0-liter 400-hp naturally aspirated engine.

In the second half of 2021, Porsche is sure to show more new models, including the debut of the new 911 GT3 RS, the updated third-generation Cayenne and the all-electric Macan.

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