One of the pioneers of the new era of electric sports cars will be the new Porsche Taycan! The German mark has announced that its first electromobile will be named the mission of the concept .
Thus, the future of mobility is still a step closer. The mass production of the first pure Porsche electric will start in 2019!
The first the Porsche series electromobile will be powered by two engines that will operate permanently synchronously, producing a total of over 600 hp. Acceleration time from 0 to 100 km / h will be less than 3.5 seconds, and from 0 to 200 km / h in less than 12 seconds!
This performance is an addition to a a continuous power level that is unprecedented among electric vehicles. Several successive rapid starts will be possible without loss of performance, while maximum autonomy will be over 500 km according to NEDC cycle measurements.
The new Porsche Taycan will also have a cross version similar to the
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with each model and its features. For example, Boxster describes the combination of the boxer engine and the design of a roadster; Cayenne denotes warmth, the Cayman is incisive and agile, and Panamera offers more than an ordinary Gran Turismo, which allowed him to win the Long Carrera Panamericana race.
The Macan name is derived from the Indonesian word used for Together, Porsche intends to invest more than six billion euros in electromobility by 2022, doubling the expenses that the company initially planned.  From the other three billion euros:
- about € 500 million will be used to develop Taycan variants and derivatives
- Approximately one billion euros will be used for electrification and hybridization of the existing range
- several hundred million for the expansion of production sites
- plus some EUR 700 million for new technologies, infrastructure
At the headquarters of the Porsche company in Zuffenhausen, a new painting workshop, a dedicated assembly line for Taycan and a new (19659005) The existing part of the internal combustion engine plant will be expanded to produce electric units, and the bodywork workshop will also be developed. 19659005] Further investment is planned in the Weissach Development Center, and preparations for Taycan’s production will create around 1,200 new jobs only in Zuffenhausen
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