I wonder if anyone will do some hotlaps around a variety of circuits to see how it really compares to the other cars in the Porsche range - of course it accelerates well but it will be really interesting to see what kind of magic the engineers have pulled off when it comes to handling.
(And yes, i know it's a different type of car sitting between 911 and the Panamera with new tech so it's not really comparable but still ...)
They should know how to do it given that the 918 was the fastest car from 'the holy trinity' on a lot of tracks thanks to the best hybrid implementation and despite being heavier and having less power.
Top speed isn't anything special, the only Porsches that are slower are the Cayenne (non S and Diesels) and Macan (non S) ... but top speed is mostly of interest to german customers anyways, and traffic usually doesn't allow more than 240ish kph so...
On the nords the Taycan 'Turbo S' is as quick as a last gen (981) 85000€ top of the range Cayman GT4 ... probably slower than all 911 models and Panamera Turbo (S), faster than all other Panamera, Cayenne, Macan and 718 models ... so in relation to the other cars it probably sits exactly where it is in the lineup.
Sadly most Porsches end up being low speed inner city poser verhicles and there the Taycan lacks the thing that usually catches the attention of everyone ... the sound ... which might be a good thing if you wanna enjoy your coffee (or w/e) in peace