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I don't know if Porsche will bother making a fully electric version of the Panamera since they now have the Taycan. But there's a company in Austria that converts Panamera's into fully electric vehicles.

Kreisel Electric gives Panamera the full electric treatment. It comes with all-electric drive, a 7-speed transmission and a high performance electric motor producing 360 kW (482.7 horsepower) and 770 Newton metres (568 lb-ft of torque)

It also has a max speed of 300 km/h (186 mph), a range of 450 km (279 miles) and a charging time of 4.5 hours (22 kW fast charging). It's also already prepared for DC quick charging so that in future it can be charged to 80% of full capacity within just one hour.

Would anyone want to convert their Panamera to electric or get one of these?

 

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I don't know if Porsche will bother making a fully electric version of the Panamera since they now have the Taycan. But there's a company in Austria that converts Panamera's into fully electric vehicles.

Kreisel Electric gives Panamera the full electric treatment. It comes with all-electric drive, a 7-speed transmission and a high performance electric motor producing 360 kW (482.7 horsepower) and 770 Newton metres (568 lb-ft of torque)

It also has a max speed of 300 km/h (186 mph), a range of 450 km (279 miles) and a charging time of 4.5 hours (22 kW fast charging). It's also already prepared for DC quick charging so that in future it can be charged to 80% of full capacity within just one hour.

Would anyone want to convert their Panamera to electric or get one of these?

interesting .. i need to look into this one a bit deeper.. thanks for sharing
 
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