Porsche Taycan Arcade — No Quarters Required



If you’re a gamer and/or a fan of retro, you may appreciate Atari’s collaboration with Porsche Cars Australia. Taycan Arcade is an interactive, web-based game inspired by everyone’s favorite original video game: Pong!

The backstory: The year is 2023, and after 50 years of Pong, Porsche unleashes an all-new electric machine with an electrified soul. It combines dynamic performance engineering with the heart of a Porsche.

Whether you prefer keyboard or mobile device (read: cell phone), the strategy is to move your Taycan up and down to deflect the ball (really, a “high-tech drone”) from crossing your threshold while trying to get it to cross your opponent’s.

Porsche Taycan

Porsche Taycan

Of course, the Porsche Taycan “combines electric performance, with the soul of a Porsche – completely redefining the electric sports car segment.

This article, written by Diego Rosenberg, was originally published on ClassicCars.com, an editorial partner of Motor Authority.


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