The Taycan appears to use modules following the VDA 355 standard. All VDA 355 modules - from any manufacturer - are laid out similarly, and always with the same case dimensions (355 x 151 x 108 mm). They weigh about 11 kg and have rated capacity from 2.2 kWh to 2.6 kWh. They all seem to have 12 cells, but could potentially be configured as 12S1P, 6S2P, 4S3P, 3S4P, 2S6P, or 1S12P.I'm also very interested in where these Taycan modules were sourced as they sound like excellent candidates for high power (tesla motor) applications. Most OEM EVs now are designed around a 300-400v setup and wire the full pack in series, so in order to get that voltage you need a full pack (tough to fit in a lot of conversions) . But since the Taycan runs at 800V that opens the possibility of getting to 400v with only half an OEM pack. At 21.9v nominal and 129Ah per module, 16 in series gets you to 350v and 45kWh (with a 5C rate of 645A) which is sounds ideal for a small tesla drive unit.
Also interested in module weight and dimensions.
In practice, most are 4S3P or 3S4P, but the Taycan uses 6S2P to reach the desired voltage. While the Taycan might be the only production EV currently using 6S2P VDA355 modules, this configuration is also available from Zero EV, manufactured by CALB, and from Electric GT as one variation of the Energy module line.