“I am also convinced that one day Porsche will have an electric sports car in its line-up," said Macht at the company’s press conference today. While he cautioned that so far the available battery technology is not “sufficient to meet Porsche’s strict requirements," he said “our engineers are already working hard on this challenge."
“An electric sports car would therefore only make sense for Porsche if it offers performance and a cruising range similar to that of current sports cars in the market," he said. “We are therefore taking the first step in this direction with a full hybrid – in the Cayenne, the Panamera and maybe in the not too distant future also in a racing car or a production 911. Why not?" Macht pointed out that Porsche has a long legacy with hybrid technology as it was exactly 109 years ago that Professor Ferdinand Porsche built the first fully functioning car with hybrid technology.
[Editor's Note: You see it in the newspapers regularly now, and it is as we predicted – new electric cars are being announced weekly to replace pollution causing fossil fuel cars, and nuclear power plants are gaining a wider acceptance, to replace pollution causing fossil fuel power plants.