The importance of electric cars is increasing day by day, and as a result of the increased risk of carbon emissions, major car companies are struggling to build or produce electric cars or at least hybrid to meet the demands of the environmental age and contribute to the mitigation of global warming.
Among the automakers is Porsche, which, like other companies, is seeking to produce electric cars entirely as part of a medium-term emission reduction plan and in line with laws developed by many developed countries to limit emissions.
The six-cylinder Porsche engine may be one of the best engines produced today, but the German automaker wants to reduce its dependence on internal combustion, and has revealed its desire to be half of its electric cars by 2023.
The first product to arrive as part of Porsche’s electric motor drive will be a production version of Mission E, scheduled to arrive in 2019.
But this is just the beginning, as the company plans to electrify many models in the next few years.
In an interview, CEO Oliver Bloom recently shared some details about the future of the electric company that includes the Coupe Crosse.
Both Mission E and the new Cross OVER will be built at the new Porsche electric vehicle production facility in Züffenhausen, which is estimated to be able to manufacture about 60,000 units annually.
The most important news is the next generation of Macan, which is scheduled to be launched in 2022. Only a medium-sized crossover will be available as an electric vehicle, and as it is currently the best-selling model for cars, it should help increase the number of Porsche electric cars Fully on the road by 2023.
For those who are concerned that 911 eventually becomes an electric car, they can breathe a sigh of relief especially as this idea has been suspended for the time being.
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