The All-Electric Porsche Taycan Tested in Dubai Autodrome With Mark Webber

In today episode we drive the new advanced electric car 2020 Porsche Taycan into Dubai Autodrome circuit in UAE together with Formula One former racer and FIA World Endurance champion Mark Webber.

Our website founder, Mousub Shashaa, had some exciting laps on this extremely advanced car from the German company Porsche.

Before talking about our new adventure, we would like to remind you that Mousub had previously test-driven the new Porsche Taycan Turbo S during a very long driving trip in Germany. In that video we showed you a summary about this car.

This version of the new electric car in today’s episode will go in a long adventure starting from Dubai and then to Masdar City in Abu Dhabi Emirate, and from there the journey continues to a number of places in the United Arab Emirates, before heading to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to reach Riyadh, to the circuit of Formula E races.

Watch the video, which includes an interesting talk about the future of the electric cars industry before you get a round of speed, action, and acceleration in the 2020 Porsche Taycan driven by one of the world’s best drivers.

During The talk inside the car between Mousub and Mark about the launch control system of this advanced new electric car, the former Formula 1 driver said that the car features a better launch than what is available in some of Porsche’s greatest cars such as 911 GT2 RS and 911 GT3 RS!

He also clarified that the 2020 Porsche Taycan delivers unmatched “repeated power” which helps you drive the car uphill easily.

Just as a reminder, we would like to note that this is the first production electric car from Porsche, and it is powered by an 800-volt battery, the same battery used in Porsche 919 electric car; the winner of world-famous Le Mans race.

The episode also included a dialogue with the CEO of Porsche Middle East and Africa, to talk about Porsche cars in our region.

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