If anything you will see more PHEV options alongside BEV lineups and less pure ICE options. For right now i am only aware of the following in the pipeline:Honest thoughts... with the success of the Taycan, will Porsche keep the Panamera around for that much longer?
I'm thinking maybe one more generation.
By then the Taycan will be everywhere and with SUVs being the choice for most folks, I have to think Porsche is more likely to invest in not just electric versions of the Macan and Cayenne, but other electric SUVs too.
Taycan Cross Turismo
Taycan Sport Turismo
gonna assume all of these variants will have their multi-trim levels similar to the Taycan Sedan. The way the car world is tilting in regards to emission policies/regulations over in EU/China, Porsche, along with other car makers will be forced to offer up PHEV versions. Benz has already announced that they will halt all future ICE R&D and will focus solely on electric motors going forward. that should tell you what the German industry is up against in the next several years.