Porsche has only confirmed the electric future for its smallest model 718, in which the petrol engine will say goodbye to the offer.
Porsche has revealed more details about its strategy of introducing alternative drives to classic sports cars. Fully electric sports taycans are already driving on the roads, and the best-selling macan model will soon have an electric version.
The company’s strategy is clear and requires innovations in current models. By 2025, half of the vehicles sold should be electric or hybrid, and by 2030 the share of fully electric Porsches sold will be 80%.
The fastest changes are obviously waiting for the smallest model 718 in the boxster and cayman versions, which also represent the smallest part of Porsche’s sales. Instead of a centrally placed petrol engine, batteries will be placed there. The car will be based on the technologically advanced PPE platform, from which the electric audios of the A6 family will also come. The successor to the 718 will be the first Porsche from this platform, it can be expected on the roads in 2025.
The Kultnin 911 will not get an electric version yet, but the classic hybrid version has been confirmed for it in Zuffenhausen.