Porsche's approach to electric cars hasn't exactly been normal. Rather than release an electric SUV (though an EV Macan is on the horizon), it released a four-door sports coupe called the Taycan that in many ways was targeted at Tesla Model S Plaid buyers.
The follow up? An estate version of the Taycan, of course. But this is no ordinary estate car. Enter the Cross Turismo, a estate-come-crossover that can fit all but the most gigantic of dogs and is capable of going off road. Seriously. There are plastic body guards around the skirts and a dedicated gravel mode. It even sits 30mm higher than the base car.
So how does it compare to the standard car? And does anything come close to it?