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Porsche has previously stated that it planned to have a hybrid version of every model in the near future, including the 911, but the vaunted sports car will have to wait to receive electric motors and batteries. Speaking with Australia’s Motoring.com at the Paris Motor Show, Porsche’s development head, Michael Steiner, said the company has […]

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New spy photographs of a Porsche Mission E mule caught testing have emerged. Development of the all-electric sports sedan is well underway and the photos suggest it is on course for a 2020 arrival date, according to British publication Autocar. Three-and-ahalf years could be seen as a long way off given the rapidity of the […]

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Porsche will be increasing its hiring with 400 more newly created jobs than previously reported as it prepares to build its Mission E and compete with Tesla and Silicon Valley. In all, the German automaker has raised the number of new jobs it will create to more 1,400 from more than 1,000 already announced. More […]

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After years of anticipation, today Tesla will reveal its Model 3 and perhaps only coincidentally, yesterday Porsche posted a video of an EV of its own worth waiting for. Some have said the disruptive Tesla has pushed proud German carmakers to chase it, but Porsche does not say its inspiration was Tesla, but rather “electric […]

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Porsche has green-lighted an ostensibly Tesla-competitive electric car’s development, has “many new products in the pipeline” besides, but its CEO says investments in EVs will not be initially healthy to the company’s bottom line. On the contrary, CEO Oliver Blume told media Porsche will take a hit on profits for an unspecified duration due largely […]

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Last Tuesday Porsche announced an agreement to phase out future wage increases for employees tasked to build its new all-electric Mission E. According to Reuters, employees at the Porsche factory in Zuffenhausen, Germany, agreed to abandon future wage increases along with other concessions totaling several hundred million euros in order to secure production of the […]

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Today Porsche announced that it will bring its Tesla-challenging Mission E to market by “the end of the decade.” The production version will be based on a 600-horsepower, all-wheel-drive electric concept unveiled at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September. That car with four-wheel steering, and boundary expanding technologies was immediately praised for its beauty as […]

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