The rear end seems to share a lot of resemblance with the design of the Panamera Sport Turismo wagon, which makes sense. The tailgate is also shrouded by fake tail lamp stickers to obscure the car’s true shape.Being electric, there’s not much to talk about when we look at the car’s powertrain. If the Cross Turismo is anything like the standard Taycan, it could get several trims, including a base car, a 4S, a Turbo, and a Turbo S, the latter of which produces up to 750 horsepower in the sedan. Whether power output will be the same in the wagon has yet to be determined. We’re excited either way.