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  1. Volkswagen News Blog
    Even if some of its buyers don’t have one, Porsche prides itself on building cars with a unique essence, a certain substance that cannot be denied. A soul, in other words. Now, the automaker promises we’ll all discover that same quality in its upcoming electric sedan, which recently picked...
  2. Volkswagen News Blog
    The Porsche Taycan name has been given to the production version of the Mission E electric sedan.  Porsche CEO Oliver Blume revealed the Taycan name has been sidelined for its Tesla Model S competitor at Porsche’s 70th-anniversary celebration on Friday. The Taycan name, in case you were...
  3. Volkswagen News Blog
    The platform underpinning the Porsche Mission E and the E-tron will both be thrown out in 2022 to welcome the new Premium Platform Electric. Codenamed PPE, the platform has been promised before but for the first time, we’re getting a firm hold on the timeline thanks to a report from Motor...
  4. Volkswagen News Blog
    Porsche has turned its Mission E into a lifted wagon to bring us the Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo, a concept that just debuted at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. This four-door, four-seat, all-wheel-drive fully electric crossover is able to charge via an 800-volt fast charger or inductive...
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    The Volkswagen Group has tasked Porsche with creating a new platform for electric supercars. According to Automotive News Europe, Porsche is set to develop a platform for electric sports cars and supercars, which could possibly be used by Audi and Lamborghini. Reportedly called SPE, it would be...
  6. Volkswagen News Blog
    “It is very close to what you saw two years ago at Frankfurt,” Porsche CEO Oliver Blume says of the forthcoming production version of 2015’s stunning Mission E Concept . “It will be exciting but a bit different from the concept,” Blume told  CAR Magazine  at the Frankfurt Motor Show. That’s...
  7. Volkswagen News Blog
    Rumors are surfacing that Volkswagen intends to make an all-electric successor to the Pheaton. The full size luxury car started production in 2002 and the line only stopped this year. The German publication Auto Bild reports that a company spokesman was recently quoted as saying “The Phaeton is...
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