The Destiny Of The Porsche Cayman Still In The Air
If it gets the green light, the first-ever electric Cayman is expected to use a dual-motor setup producing a combined 400 horsepower. While Porsche is embracing electrification with the Taycan, the upcoming electric Macan, and hybrid versions of the Cayenne and Panamera, the CEO confirmed that Porsche will continue to offer traditional combustion engines for the foreseeable future.
“I think we need both [ICE and EV] for the next years. Therefore, we have flexibility in our product range to continue with the 911 on combustion engines, to continue with other cars on combustion engines, to produce hybrids with higher electric-only ranges, to introduce hybrids on the 911; there are still a lot of options for combustion engines.”
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