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Breaking hillclimb records in a Porsche Taycan

Dan Prosser uses a Porsche Taycan Turbo S Sport Turismo to try and break two records at the iconic Shelsley Walsh hillclimb. With four-wheel drive and up to 750bhp, the electric Taycan is seriously quick – but will it be quick enough to beat the production EV and estate car records? Shelsley Walsh is the oldest motorsport venue in the world still in use on its original course. It is narrow and steep, making it a real challenge for for both car and driver. Power counts for me here than any other UK hillclimb. But will 750bhp be enough?

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