Well, I don't think many of these will sell if they are as high as USD $135k for a base price. I'm sure you must be wrong on that count. I would expect more like $90k for a base price, if Porsche wants to sell more than a handful. For me, I'd prefer a Cross Turismo E-Hybrid with a 20-kWh battery pack or thereabouts. I like the size and apparent higher ground clearance of the Cross Turismo (which places it nicely between Macan and Panamera 4 Sport Turismo), but I'm not ready to spend a ton of dough on an all-electric vehicle at this point. Porsche will really miss the mark if (a) they don't come out with longer-range E-Hybrids in the Macan-Panamera size range and (b) they don't keep the prices under $100k -- preferably well under $100k. I'd buy a Cross Turismo E-Hybrid for base price $65k or so, but not much more than that. A Cross Turismo all-electric? Again, not much more for me. E-Hybrids (and other PHEVs) aren't selling much right now (I have one), but I think that the manufacturers are largely to blame for that, more than the buying public, because the manufacturers aren't pushing PHEVs. If they'd come out with big advertising campaigns, and really put their PHEVs front-and-center in showrooms -- encouraging test drives -- I think that manufacturers could sell PHEVs as a really logical step toward electric cars for most of the general public (most of whom are not ready for all-electric cars yet). But I think that minimum all-electric range in PHEVs needs to be a realistic, real-world 35-40 miles in warm weather (so 20-kWh battery packs, roughly). I'm willing to give up cargo space for increasing the packs, personally.