Although the 2022 Porsche Model x sedan isn't the ideal electric car, its blend of driving vigor and performance endurance makes it the most interesting.

The Taycan's sharp handling, steely composure, and plush ride do a great job of convincing its driver that they are operating a Porsche.

Although its brakes are excellent at controlling that rapidity, they lacked the regenerative capabilities of conventional EVs, and the pedal seems passive.

The GTS also sports special powertrain calibration and chassis modification for a distinctive driving attitude.

Improved voice commands, a new operating system and Android Auto's official integration with Apple CarPlay are all included to the infotainment system.

Better heat management and charging features, which Porsche claims seek to shorten charging periods, are further advantages of the Taycan '22.

Porsche's "Paint to Samples" service, which enables customers to choose custom paint colors, such as those from vintage '90s models, widens the available paint palette as well.

Although the Road Turbo and Turbo S deliver performance on pace with supercars, we'd suggest the more inexpensive Taycan 4S with all-wheel drive.

A 522-hp engine, 19-inch wheels, an adjustable air suspension, a partially leather seats, and keyless entry are included with the 4S.

Likewise critical is the Performance package, which ups the Taycan's fun factor when driving: Agility is increased through torque vectoring and rear-axle steering.

The 83.7-kWh battery is still available, but the 4S now come standard with a battery that has a reduced capacity of 71.0 kWh.

Porsche has changed the Taycan's charging technology to prolong battery life and reduce overall power loss while charging quickly.

A face screen, SiriusXM satellite radio, and more exterior and interior color options are among further notable upgrades.

Whereas the Separate category Turbo and Turbo S deliver performance on par with sports cars, we'd suggest the Taycan 4S because it's more reasonably priced.