The German Sports Car Manufacturer Porsche has announced that their best selling Macan SUV will be the first car to go all-electric and this will go under production in the next decade. Porsche’s Macan is the most sold road car as it has sold around 87,000 surpassing the Cayenne SUV which has been sold around 72,00 as per the Motor1.com report.
The Macan EV will be the third car to go in Porsche’s all electric lineup. The Taycan Sedan which is the first electric car of Porsche will go in production from the end of 2019. The crossover version of the Taycan will be called Cross Turismo, which will go into production in 2020.
No further details were announced by the company except that the Macan EV will share the same 800V charging system that is being used in the Taycan and the Cross Turismo which means the fast charging will be available to the new Macan that can go for 250 miles in just 15 minutes of charging with the compatible Porsche charging stations.
Porsche is investing more than 6 billion euros by 2022 to convert all Porsche vehicles manufacturing to new technology and it says that half of all its vehicles will go all-electric by the year 2025.
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