Porsche will be pushing forward with the electrification of their lineup, with several new models following the Taycan. Among them will be the brand’s first all-electric SUV that is targeted directly at competitors like the Tesla Model X, Jaguar I-PACE, and Mercedes EQC.
The unnamed SUV is expected to borrow the same dual electric motor configuration as the Taycan, with the base model producing approximately 400 bhp. It should deliver a real-world range of 250 miles or more as it aims to echo the numbers claimed by its cousin, the Audi e-Tron.
Early speculations suggest that it will be an electric successor to the Macan, and will be similar in size. Thanks to its electric architecture it should, however, match the cargo volume found in the larger Porsche Cayenne.
Porsche has said that by 2025, half of all the vehicles in their stable will either be hybrids or fully electric models. In order to meet this timeline, we should be seeing at least one new EV per year, beginning with the Taycan.