2019 Porsche 911: Don’t Expect All-Electric Hybrid

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There has been a lot of talk about Porsches plans for the Porsche 911 and the fact that it might come with two doors and in the all-electric form. We have also heard plans that there might be a hybrid version coming our way soon too.

However the director of Porsche has dispelled this rumor as he said that there isn’t demand for an electric version or hybrid version of the Porsche 911.

Should Porsche develop a vehicle then it would be around a decade from now. This would be time when gas powered vehicles are rarer than they are right now.

Right now the best that we can expect from Porsche is to have a turbocharged engine come into the line-up. We do know that the 6 speed stick shift has made its way back to the GT3.

Bear in mind that Porsche isn’t well-known to be a large scale car maker and they should put their focus on the Porsche Mission E. This is a vehicle that is said to be taking on the Tesla vehicle when it arrives in 2020.

Porsche did get 1,000 people onboard for the electric version of the Porsche 911, but this hasn’t been enough, so for now don’t expect to see it.

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