Bill Nye The Science Guy takes a scientist's eye to the Porsche Taycan
He's been the technical expert on "Battle Bots", a guest star on "The Big Bang Theory", and "Ice Cube" on "The Masked Dancer". Bill Nye the Science Guy has dipped into his toe into many realms of entertainment. Now he's taking on the Porsche Taycan in a new miniseries.
In the five-part video series Nye explains he science behind the first all-electric Porsche. Viewers are invited to learn about the the car's one-of-a-kind design and performance features as well as 800-volt battery technology, and the car's two-speed transmission and it's aerodynamic design, among other features and equipment.
Bill Nye takes a scientific approach to interdicting the Taycan.Photo courtesy of Porsche AG
This isn't the first unique way that Porsche has worked to educate the buying public and Porsche enthusiasts about the capabilities of the Taycan. Just last month the company released a video featuring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter, lifelong Porsche enthusiasts and co-stars of "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure", taking two Taycans for a full day test drive where they pushed the cars to the limits.
American artist Richard Phillips has created a one-of-a-kind art car out of a Porsche Taycan. It was displayed this winter in Switzerland and will go up for auction this year.
The Taycan set two Guinness World Records this winter. Late last year, the Porsche Taycan claimed the Guinness World Record for longest drift with an electric vehicle. It lasted 55 minutes. In early 2021, the Guinness World Record for fastest speed by a vehicle indoors now belongs to the Porsche Taycan Turbo S and its driver Leh Keen.
Watch the first episode in the Bill Nye miniseries below then stay tuned to the Porsche YouTube channel to see the rest of the episodes, which were filmed at the Porsche Experience Center in Southern California.
Bill Nye Explains the All-Electric Taycan: Repeat Performance www.youtube.com