The Volkswagen Group is showing several developments at the Geneva Auto Show. Responsible for each firm are defending them tooth and nail, and the head of sales at Porsche, Detlev Von Platen, has made statements that have enabled us parabolic antennas. As we all know, the German conglomerate is working to electrify its range of models.
This already have almost forgotten, as because of the Dieselgate have been in this situation to the force. Porsche is one of the brands that are under the umbrella of the German giant and surprisingly, will not escape the electrification. However, their electric models will have a sports point that never ever be able to afford the rest of models of brands Sisters (with the exception of Lamborghini, is clear).
The words of Von Platen has been aimed towards the possible launch of an all-electric Porsche vehicle. According to the head of sales at the firm, he sees possible to offer an electric version for one of their SUV and as it is logical, this would be neither more nor less than the Macan. In addition, not only would come this version ‘zero emissions’ but that could also count with a hybrid.
Currently at Porsche are working to launch in 2020 mission-E, its first electric car in full. However, according to Von Platen “have other ideas beyond the mission E”, which leaves the door wide open to the arrival of an electric SUV. In addition, as justification we should that become the best-selling model of the brand, the numbers would be easier that they cuadraran.
However, in addition, they expect to be able to launch versions of the 911 and Boxster/Cayman hybrid making their consumptions and emissions significantly decreased. To do this they would pull experience that have been accumulated in the Panamera and Cayenne hybrid that sold currently. In this way they would alienate the ghost of the normative anti pollution of the firm and they remarcarían its unique character.
However, they expect the year 2020 sold about 300,000 units of their cars. The idea is to throw the same models but with different motor versions in the different markets in which they are present. As a result, they adapt better than anyone the vicissitudes of each market and sales would be much better driven by the good image of the company.
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Source – Porsche