Porsche 911 EV only coming in 10 to 15 years

Doris Richards
November 20, 2017

German engineering, the Porsche company started to implement the idea of producing a hybrid sports auto Porsche 911. However, the 911 has been notably absent from any official electrification plans. Porsche CEO Oliver Blume hinted to Autocar UK that more hybrids are in the pipeline to cater for the growth in demand, and to leverage Porsche's success in the World Endurance Championship with the 919 hybrid racer. "With the 911, for the next 10 to 15 years, we will still have a combustion engine".

Porsche is keeping its options open regarding a hybrid version of the iconic 911.


In 2016, the Porsche management chose to abandon the introduction of a hybrid Assembly in the sports vehicle Porsche 911. Blume's comments suggest the car's replacement - which will make its debut next year - was developed with a gasoline-electric powertrain in mind. Consequently, a motor line of well-known sports vehicle augmented and hybrids. The company already sells plug-in hybrid variants of the second-generation Panamera, and it's working on an all-electric sedan named Mission E. It's rumoured Porsche's target is about 64 kilometres on a single charge.

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