Porsche is Still Thinking of a Battery-Powered Sports EV
Mar 23, 2014 12:10
When will we see a Porsche EV sports car? The automaker unveiled a concept in 2011 called the electric Boxster (Boxster E), and they talked about electric mobility as being one of the challenges of the future and how they will be looking to address that. Till now, they haven't really brought that project back up.
Germany’s AutoMotorundSport recently had a quick chat with Porsche CEO, Matthias Muller and he said that the company was not considering a range extender powertrain and that their goal was to create a pure all-electric sports car that would travel at least 300km,
No further explanation or a possible introduction date is supplied.
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