Porsche has released a teaser image showing the rear of its first electric production car, the Taycan, ahead of its reveal later today.
Porsche has previously revealed a number of details about the Taycan, including images of the car's interior, which takes the brand's design and technology to a new level. It's based around up to four digital displays, including a curved, free-standing 16.8in configurable driver's display - Porsche's first fully digital instrument binnacle.
To the right of that is a 10.9in infotainment screen that handles sat-nav, music and connectivity functions. To the right of that - uniquely for Porsche - is an optional screen of the same size. It can't control driving functions, but it allows the front passenger to programme the sat-nav and media features independently.
Finally, there's an 8.4in portrait layout screen set at an angle in the centre console, with a trackpad below to help control the upper screen. Unlike the upper two touchscreens, this gives haptic feedback to improve usability on the move.
Wireless updates - traditionally a big draw for Tesla buyers - are also possible in the Taycan. Buyers will also receive a free six month subscription to Apple Music, with Apple CarPlay integration also included. Android Auto functionality is not available, however.
Despite the distinctly high-tech approach, classic Porsche features such as the dash-top analogue clock still feature.
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.