Porsche is no stranger to electric cars. With the Taycan, the manufacturer has put its foot in the stirrup, but does not intend to stop there. He’s said in the past that the 911 won’t be available with electrics for many years, but he’s also said that the next generation Macan will be available with gasoline and electric motors.
You might think the Porsche 718 Cayman (and 718 Boxster) is next on the list to give up internal combustion engines. To reassure the fundamentalists, because sports will not run on electricity before 2024-2025. Indeed, during the presentation of the new Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS, Andreas Breuninger, head of the GT Group Top Gear, told that production of this novelty was not limited (there will be as many copies as the number of customers), and that it will be produced within the next two years.
“We will have production for at least two years, and two and a half years for the GT4 RS, so there will be a lot of copies in the future.”Andreas Breuninger said.
The next generation is already under development at Porsche. We learned a few months ago that the new generation can only have electricity. Unlike the Macan, it is said that the new Cayman will shrug off the heat, and that its design will be inspired by the Mission R concept.
Nothing is certain at the moment, to say the least, as long as the reputable manufacturer does not provide new information about it. We’ll know more later, in the meantime, let’s get to grips with the joys of the 500-horsepower Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Devil’s Six.
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