Porsche has been building bicycles for decades, and they've become quite popular among Porsche-driving enthusiasts who like to support the company in all of their endeavors. Back in 2010, Porsche introduced the Hybrid RS mountain bike (below), with a rear wheel hub electric motor to assist riders. It wasn't exactly the most popular thing, as the …Continue to the full article
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Porsche Announces Plans To Install 800v ‘Turbo Charge’ Stations At Every US Dealership
Porsche knows that the overwhelming majority of EV charging happens at the home of the owner, from the comfort of their own garage. With Porsche claiming the upcoming Mission E will have a range of 310 miles, the vast majority of driving trips can be handled by owners charging overnight from their own home. That said, there are still some customers …Continue to the full article
Report: Porsche’s Mission E To Start At $75,000, And Come In Three Flavors
When it goes on sale in 2019, the "Mission E" will be Porsche's first fully electric production car in the brand's history. While they have a long history with the internal combustion engine, and even pioneered the concept of a hybrid drive, Porsche is preparing for a hydrocarbon-free future with their Tesla-fighting, low-slung, four-seater, …Continue to the full article
Report: Audi Is Preparing Their Own Mission E-Based Electric Sports Sedan
Current Audi Sport boss Stephan Winkelman has recently confirmed the brand's plan for a full EV sports sedan model by 2021. Reports we've read refer to this new model as the e-Tron GT. Audi Sport - formerly known as Quattro GMBH - generally only builds the sportiest and most exciting Audis, so for them to be involved with this project seems to …Continue to the full article
Is an All Electric Macan in Porsche’s Future?
Porsche is in the process of investing 3-billion Euros in their electric future, so it would only make sense that they are interested in getting in on the electric CUV market by building a Macan-shaped Mission E. Based on what we know about Porsche, we're confident that "Mission E" is more than just a single model, it's a way of thinking, a …Continue to the full article
Is Tesla’s New Roadster 2 A Preview Of What An Electric Porsche 911 Could Be?
Tesla came out swinging this week with a surprise announcement of their new full electric sports car, the Tesla Roadster 2. This is an open top four-seater four-wheel-drive runabout with some seriously impressive statistics. I'll remain skeptical of Tesla's claims until they've been proven by a third party, but they say the Roadster 2 will sprint …Continue to the full article
Porsche’s Newest Electric Concept is a Cayman. Capable of 62 MPH in 3.3 Seconds.
Though Tesla's popularized the high-end electric vehicle and confirmed its performance potential, some still worry for the sports car's future when the combustion engine becomes a relic of the past. Frankly, I shudder at the thought. Fortunately, there are a few reasons to look to the horizon with a smile. One of which is the Cayman e-volution: …Continue to the full article
Patent Application Reveals More Detail About Porsche’s EV Fast-Charger
Prepping for their future wave of EV vehicles, Porsche recently put the first of their 350-kW DC-CS combination chargers into use last month. With the vision of dotting the European landscape—and presumably the American landscape, too—with thousands of stations using their rapid-charge technology, they filed an application to the U.S. Patent and …Continue to the full article
Is This What the Future Holds for Classic Porsches?
All electric cars aren't new. In fact, while not "all electric", Porsche can be credited with the development of the first full-hybrid car. Couple that with their pioneering work with the 911 GT3 R Hybrid, the electric motors in the 918 Spyder and the 919 Hybrid and it's no surprise Porsche announced the Mission E, their first all electric sports …Continue to the full article
Porsche Reveals First 350 -kW Charging Stations for Mission E Ahead of Launch
Shortly after Porsche's Mission E was given the green light for production, we learned of a futuristic solar pylon under construction at the company's new Berlin office. At 25 meters high, and looking like something straight off the pages of 2001: A Space Odyssey, Porsche's photovoltaic monolith pylon conspicuously highlights Porsche's tireless …Continue to the full article
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