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Porsche News: Porsche's Big Bet on Electrics


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The Mission E will be Porsche's first production electric vehicle, but it has plans to substantially expand. 

In a recent interview with German business magazine Manager Magazin, Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said the company wants half of its vehicles rolling off the assembly line to be electric by 2023.

To reach this goal Porsche has two more electric vehicles waiting in the wings, both SUVs. The first will be coupe-SUV (think BMW X6/Mercedes GLE-Cass) that will come out a year or two later from the Mission E. The bigger news is Blume revealing that the next-generation Macan will only be available as an electric.

All of Porsche's electric vehicles will be built at the company's Zuffenhausen factory in Germany - reportedly capable of producing 60,000 vehicles annually.

Source: Manager Magazin


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Cool about the Mission E, I doubt their extreme extreme fast charging will make it into production. Yet with that said, happy to hear they are planning more and surprised that the Macan will end up EV only.

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3 minutes ago, Frisky Dingo said:

I hope to see a true-to-concept Mission E make it to production. The thing is just stunning. 

ohhhhhh absolutely.  VW/Audi/Porsche is my favorite auto group right now...for good reason...

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1 hour ago, Frisky Dingo said:

A sub-Boxster Roadster, and a real off-roader would be a great start.

 

And more wagons.....:D

Could not argue with you a bit....

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