New Electric Porsche SUV Models

Porsche has announced their intent to diversify their portfolio beyond high-revving engines with electric SUV models based on the Premium Platform Electric architecture. Their first zero emission SUV will debut later in 2018.

The 2022 Cayenne E-Hybrid perfectly marries midsize luxury SUV utility with responsive handling that feels like an integrated part of its drivetrain.

Macan EV

The Macan EV will be Porsche’s second electric SUV on the market and is powered by two electric motors capable of producing up to 603 horsepower. It will have an estimated range of over 310 miles and acceleration that rivals other EV vehicles in its segment. Furthermore, several safety features will help protect drivers and other road users, such as collision avoidance systems that use sensors and cameras to detect potential dangers, with automatic brake applications or steering changes applied automatically when necessary in order to avoid crashes; it also comes equipped with lane departure warning and assist to help prevent accidentally drifting out of one’s own lane; additionally it comes equipped with lane departure warning and assist to help stop drivers accidentally leaving their lanes unintentionally!

The 2024 Macan EV will be the inaugural model to utilize Porsche’s Premium Platform Electric (PPE) e-car architecture. This versatile platform will be utilized across its entire EV model lineup; for the Macan EV it offers 800 V charging architecture that facilitates rapid charge times; using its 400-kW charger the vehicle can go from 5% to 80% in just under half an hour! Porsche also provided a trick charging setup so drivers could split their 800-volt battery into two smaller cells for quicker refills using slower chargers.

Spy photos of the Macan EV reveal its interior, featuring two-tiered touchscreens to control its infotainment system and other vehicle functions. A large rotary dial may also be used to manually operate or input commands more traditionally; this marks an improvement over other EVs’ complex touchscreen interfaces which have been widely criticized for being confusing navigationally.

The 2024 Macan EV will feature rear-axle steering that enhances maneuverability at low speeds and an air suspension system with height adjustability to suit different driving conditions. Furthermore, ride comfort will be maximized through improved aerodynamics that boost range as well as Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), which features two-valve dampers to deliver a wider variety of damper characteristics for ride comfort and range extension.

Cayenne EV

If you’re searching for a plug-in hybrid SUV with sporty flair, the Cayenne E-Hybrid may be just what you’re after. As one of the most sought-after hybrid vehicles on the market today, it provides power from performance cars in an easily family-friendly package capable of seating five and carrying golf bags in its trunk. In addition, this vehicle also features cutting edge technologies such as an innovative regenerative brake system to help reduce emissions as well as an electric motor that can accelerate to 60 mph in just 4.6 seconds!

Porsche set out to design an SUV that embodied their on-road performance while offering outstanding off-road capability and long distance comfort. As such, their Cayenne EV stands tall among rival SUVs on the market; however, its price may put off many potential buyers.

The 2024 Cayenne is lighter than its predecessor due to an improved drivetrain and body constructed with higher percentages of aluminium and high-strength steel, contributing to better fuel economy, range and handling characteristics.

Regenerative brake system that utilizes energy harvested from driving to charge its battery and provide forward momentum when needed has greatly enhanced the Cayenne’s performance. Furthermore, its electric motor now boasts more torque, helping maintain impressive driving capability when running solely on electric power.

Increased power means faster battery charging times and reduced expenditure for expensive charging infrastructure. The Cayenne E-Hybrid comes equipped with an onboard charger of 3.6 kW that can deliver a full charge in four hours; owners may opt to upgrade it up to 7 kW instead.

Inside its cabin, the Cayenne EV takes its design inspiration from that of Taycan EV sedan. Driver and front passenger face a wall of screens running the length of its dashboard that provide information on vehicle performance and functions; smaller 10.9-inch displays for passenger viewing can stream video content while central console displays speedometer, tachometer and trip computer are displayed there too.


Porsche’s K1 electric vehicle will serve as its flagship EV. Featuring cutting-edge technologies like synchronous electric motor, high performance battery and rapid charging technology as well as adjustable ground clearance and four wheel steering, Porsche hopes to sell 80% of their electric cars by 2025 and has already reached the 100,000th mark with their Taycan EV last November.

The Tesla EV will be a large SUV with seven seats and an extended range. It should travel up to 435 miles on one charge – this surpassing even what its current Model X can achieve! Furthermore, its 800-volt battery pack will increase power delivery while simultaneously decreasing charging time as well as weight and installation space requirements for cabling installation.

Porsche plans on offering multiple versions of an EV. Both Macan and Cayenne EVs will use the same platform; however, K1 will be its own unique model and feature four-wheel steering and an advanced drive system to enable it to tackle off-road terrain.

Porsche-esque short bonnet design will feature steeply raked windscreen, with an SUV silhouette created by its steeply-raked windscreen, steeply-raked windscreen, curved roofline, short rear overhang and flat roofline; two-door SUV with four-wheel drive and all-wheel steer capabilities and an adjustable suspension will complete its package.

The Volkswagen Scalable Systems Platform or SSP Sport will be utilized, which has been modified to support more automated driving functions and denser batteries. Furthermore, its lower cabin floor and sunken rear footwells reminiscent of those found in Taycan will also make an appearance – in addition to offering a wider selection of battery capacities from 40 kWh all the way up to 100 kWh variants.

718 EV

The all-electric Porsche 718 EV will mark its debut as an all-electric sports car and could set a precedent for future electric vehicle production. Rumors about an electric version of both Boxster and Cayman had circulated for some time prior to Porsche making it official; now the all-electric 718 EV is confirmed with an all-Taycan platform base as it shares components with Audi e-tron GT and Lamborghini Urraco models; also, its mid-engine design mirrors Mission R concept racecar design to demonstrate that EVs can perform similarly to traditional vehicles in speed and excitement!

Porsche is expanding its focus on electric vehicles and plans to have 80 percent of their new models electrified by 2030. The Macan EV and Cayenne EV models will help reach this goal; Boxster and Cayman electric versions may help attract younger buyers while meeting customers looking to reduce their carbon footprints.

While many Porsche fans may chafe at Porsche’s decision to release electric versions of its Boxster and Cayman cars, this move should not be seen as risky for the brand. These vehicles will be quieter and cheaper to operate compared to their gas counterparts; plus they will appeal to a wider audience thanks to being emission-free as well as sporty driving enthusiasts who will appreciate having one behind the wheel!

As well as cutting emissions, battery-powered Boxster and Cayman vehicles will boast improved fuel economy due to electric motors and drivetrain that are more energy-efficient than their ICE counterparts. Furthermore, being compact will help improve aerodynamics which in turn will allow the new Porsche SUVs to have lower drag coefficients which increase driving range and fuel efficiency.

Although not expected until 2024, Porsche’s SUV will become its fourth vehicle and first of its kind with an all-electric powertrain. Based on Porsche-Audi PPE platform and featuring some components from Mission R concept presented at 2021 Motor Show.