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Porsche Stories October 17
We already know a lot about Porsche’s upcoming Taycan all-electric vehicle, but its price is probably the biggest unknown at this point.
Now we get a better idea as the Taycan program manager confirms that the all electric Porsche will be priced between the Cayenne and the Panamera. expand full story
Porsche Stories October 16
Porsche is investing a lot of money in the launch of the Taycan, its first all-electric vehicle, and it wants its U.S. dealers to do the same.
The German automaker is ramping up its effort to deploy charging infrastructure ahead of the arrival of the car and it is turning to its dealers to foot part of the bill. expand full story
Porsche Stories October 15
There are many electric vehicles expected to hit the market next year, but Porsche’s Taycan, formerly known as the Mission E, might be the most anticipated one.
Porsche now says that it “enters the electric era with the new Taycan” and shares some details about its progress toward production. expand full story
Porsche Stories September 17
As part of the Volkswagen group, Porsche is participating in several different universal electric vehicle charging infrastructure projects, like Electrify America and Ionity, but the premium automaker is also working on its own Porsche charging stations.
Today, Porsche unveils its plan for electric vehicle fast-charging stations: Electric pit stop. expand full story
Porsche Stories September 3
In a solid cross-promotional effort, DJI released some beautiful new drone footage of the Porsche Taycan electric concept driving on mountain roads filmed with their new DJI Mavic 2. expand full story
Porsche Stories August 28
Ahead of launching its first electric vehicle, Porsche wants to flesh out a plan for charging infrastructure.
In a new interview released by the company, two Porsche executives explain the automaker’s approach to charging electric cars: seamless and fast. expand full story
Porsche Stories August 23
Porsche is still trying to hype us up for its first all-electric vehicle, the Taycan, formerly known as the Mission E, a full year ahead of the launch of the production version.
In a new interview with Stefan Weckbach, Head of the BEV Model Series at Porsche, the company again emphasizes that the performance automaker is not moving away from its root by leaving the internal combustion engine behind for this new model. expand full story
Porsche Stories August 15
The Porsche Mission E, the German automaker’s first all-electric car, is now the Taycan, but we have never truly seen it yet.
We have seen the Mission E concept on which the production version will be based and a few camouflaged test mules.
Now, someone managed to get very close to one of those Porsche Taycan electric test mules – giving us our best look at the prototype yet. expand full story
Porsche Stories July 30
Even though the Taycan, Porsche’s first all-electric vehicle formerly known as the Mission E, is still a year away from production, the German automaker has been sharing a lot of information ahead of the launch.
Today, they have gone into detail about the specs of the vehicle’s electric powertrain. expand full story
Porsche Stories July 18
For its first all-electric vehicle, Porsche wants to cater to its own fans by making “a real Porsche” and bringing the same Porsche driving feel to an all-electric powertrain.
Now the German premium automaker says that it is already accumulating reservations in a few markets and it has received a “fantastic” reaction from customers even though they have yet to see the production car. expand full story