Porsche has given a sneak peak inside the Taycan ahead of the electric sports car's launch early next month.
The firm has released a single image showing a glimpse of a dashboard as part of a confirmation that Taycan's infotainment system will feature a fully intergrated version of the Apple Music streaming service.
The Taycan, Porsche's first electric production car, is due to be revealed in early September before going on display at the Frankfurt motor show.
The image shows a portion of the Taycan's dashboard, which appears to take cues from the firm's other models but have a slightly cleaner design. It shows a steering wheel similar in design to that on the current 911, a digital driver information display and an infotainment screen built into the dashboard. There's also a pop-up analogue clock on top of the dashboard.
The Apple Music deal means subscribers to that service can play any song or playlist directly through the infotainment system, using its integrated internet data streaming. The Taycan is the first car to feature full Apple Music integration, and it will offer voice control and exclusive Porsche playlists. The firm says Taycan buyers will be given a free six-month subscription to Apple Music.
The Taycan will also feature Apple CarPlay integration.
Porsche has been building up to the launch by releasing snippets of information about the Taycan. A pre-production version of the machine recently completed 2128 miles in a 24-hour endurance test run at the Nardò high-speed test track in Italy.
Porsche claims that, in temperatures of up to 32deg C, the electric performance saloon averaged speeds of between 121 and 134mph. Minimal stops were made, with the Taycan only pausing for driver changes and battery top-ups. The Taycan’s battery size is yet to be confirmed, but it's said to offer around 270 miles of range on the WLTP test cycle.