Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo Scoops Macan Into Brick Wall


Images and videos of the aftermath of an accident involving two Porsches in Spain have surfaced online. Shared on social media, the accident involved a Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo and a Porsche Macan.

What precisely led to the accident is unknown at this time, but Periodismo del Motor reports that the crossover was parked on the street and unoccupied at the time of the accident.

The Taycan, meanwhile, was being driven in Alcalá de Henares, a city in the Community of Madrid, by a 45-year-old woman. She hit the side of the Macan, lifted it on top of her car, and sent both vehicles into a brick wall.

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Fortunately, the driver did not suffer any serious physical injuries, but was treated for what is described as a panic attack and taken to a local hospital following the incident. Indeed, it was a pretty serious incident, requiring three fire crews and the use of a crane to remove the Macan from on top of the Taycan.

With the Macan lifted, though, the Taycan was still capable of being driven out from under the crossover, videos from the 112 Communidad de Madrid Twitter account show. Although there’s significant damage to the front of the vehicle, it remains in pretty good condition behind the A-pillar and the door appears to have been unaffected by the collision.

Whether either vehicle is recoverable remains unknown, but either way, this will be an expensive incident. The Taycan 4S Cross Turismo starts at €117,239 in Spain ($131,600 in the U.S.) and the Macan starts at €74,765 there ($60,800 in the U.S.), making this a big day for an insurance adjuster.


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