Thursday December 12, 2019

The stuff electric dreams are made of

German marque Porsche previews Taycan, its first fully electric car

28th October, 2018
The Porsche Taycan is due to make its public debut in Frankfurt

Porsche, one of the most famous names in sports car manufacturing, is getting serious about electric vehicles. The German company is investing more than €6 billion in electrification over the next four years and, by 2025, it expects up to half of its cars to be either a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) or fully electric (EV).

“After 2030, the traditional Porsche [911] could be a niche offering,” said Lutz Meschke, board member for finance and IT at...

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