The second all-electric car from Porsche, the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo is scheduled for market launch one year after the Porsche Taycan.
As Porsche gets ready to reveal its upcoming all-electric Taycan this September, we have some official sketches that point to its final design.
Porsche announced a significant expansion of its manufacturing plant in Leipzig, Germany, for production of the next-generation electric Macan.
Volkswagen seems set on being the world electric vehicle leader, announcing a huge increase in the number of expected models and production.
Aptly called the Boxster E, the zero-emissions, all-wheel-drive sports car had dual electric motors each developing 121 hp and an instant torque of 199 pound-feet.
While Porsche's primary goal is to get its upcoming, all-electric Taycan to market, it's also working on new, next-gen, even longer range battery cells.
Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said at the Geneva Motor Show that demand for the all-electric Porsche Taycan exceed expectations. Far exceeds, in fact.
Company boss says battery tech will be ready for a 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid or pure electric successor in 3-4 years.
The much-anticipated Porsche Taycan may be officially unveiled soon. We also have some info about its potential delivery date in the U.S.
According to a new press release from Porsche, it plans to expand its all-electric vehicle portfolio with an upcoming battery-electric Macan SUV.
The electric Porsche has dual 11-inch DC motors powering the rear wheels. It can produce up to 980 horsepower and 1,500 pound-feet of torque.
We take what we know about the Porsche Taycan and Audi e-tron to model the Taycan's specs as compared to the Tesla Model S P100D. Appears to be a beast!
The Porsche Taycan Turismo electric wagon is out testing in Sweden where our spy photographers managed to capture it for us here.
Spotted in the frosty, winter climate of northern Scandinavia, this Porsche Taycan EV is charging up to test its ability to add miles in the cold.
Now that the Tesla Model 3 has entered Europe, German automakers are increasingly surprised and may be going back to the drawing board, which means more delays.
Porsche is expanding its Porsche Charging Service - launched in May 2018 - to five new countries, which will enable access to more than 49,000 charging points.
The investment is big and consequential, but we still are making two-thirds of our investment in existing drivetrain technologies.
Porsche announced an agreement with Electrify America so that the Taycan will come with three years of free charging (unlimited 30-minute charging sessions).