Delve into the realm of battery electric vehicles and satisfy your curiosity of the first all-electric vehicle from Porsche - the Porsche Taycan.
Well-known engineer and science educator of the masses during a pre-Netflix era, Bill Nye the Science Guy explains the technology behind the all-electric Taycan.
Bill Nye heads to the track and garage to explain how the Taycan is able to be driven hard time and time again on a single charge.
Bill Nye gets into the all electric Taycan and then gets into exactly how it manages to be the most aerodynamic production Porsche ever made.
All electric cars use regenerative braking. However, none of them use it to the same extent as the Taycan. To help explain the difference, Bill Nye gets behind the wheel and describes what sets regenerative braking in the Taycan apart.
If you've ever wondered what a volt is, or how voltage affects performance in an electric car, you're in luck. Bill Nye takes us through the 800V architecture of the all-electric Taycan, and demonstrates the difference a few hundred extra volts can make to you.
A one-of-a-kind transmission, as explained by the one-of-a-kind Bill Nye. He manages to make learning about the two-speed transmission unique to the Taycan almost as fun as driving it.