The electric Porsche Taycan sedan now has a more fetching, more rugged brother, and it’s a freakin’ wagon, to boot. The new 2021 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo looks largely the same as the Taycan from the B-pillars forward, but the rear end gets a beautiful wagon greenhouse and a more aggressive stance. Underneath the slightly lifted body, the Cross Turismo is largely unchanged from the sedan, but one significant distinction is that it’s only available in all-wheel-drive and with the larger 93.4-kWh battery pack. Range is expected to be between 200 and 230 miles on a full charge. Power output ranges from 375 horses all the way to 616 potent horses, and 0-60 times run from a mere 2.0 seconds to a still quick 4.8 seconds. More you pragmatists, there’s more legroom and headroom for rear occupants and additional boot space for more versatility. The base Taycan 4 Cross Turismo’s starting price is $90,900, and it climbs as you go to Turbo and Turbo S trims. The sexy EV wagon goes on sale this summer.