By now you have probably seen some photos of the Taycan Cross Turismo, but have you had a chance to see the interior space yet?
Klaus Bernhard is the Team Leader for PMU, DMU and concept cars at Porsche and has shared some insights about the interior of the Taycan Cross Turismo. In the Porsche video above, Klaus explains how they use a Package Functioning Model (PMU) to look at various aspects of a Porsche while it is in development.
As you can imagine from Porsche, the exceptional detail that goes into designing the interior of a car comes down to millimetres of precise planning.
Klaus explores the space options that are available with the Taycan Cross Turismo and also explains what designers need to take into account when trying to combine practical storage space with the overall look of the Porsche.
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