Porsche's Taycan electric sedan will introduce a minimalist cockpit design that breaks with the brand's core stylistic convention.
The Taycan will have a fully configurable digital instrument cluster -- a first for a Porsche car. Previously every model has at least retained the analog rev counter in the center, which was considered a unique design cue as typical for the brand as placing the ignition switch on the left of the steering wheel rather than the right.
Porsche said the Taycan's modern "less is more" interior was inspired by the cleanly styled dashboard found in the original 911 from 1963.
"The Taycan interior combines design design elements typical for the brand with a new type of user experience, and impresses with its simple elegance," Porsche's head of interior design, Ivo van Hulten, said in a statement.