Report: Porsche Committed to Bringing 918 Spyder to Production

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Report: Porsche Committed to Bringing 918 Spyder to Production
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When Porsche unveiled the 918 Spyder concept at the Geneva Auto Show last week, the automaker no doubt had hopes of a positive reception, leading to a potential production car. And that’s exactly what seems to have happened. According to a report by AutoCar, Porsche boss Michael Macht says the company is committed to building… Continue Reading...

Report: No Hybrid Sports Cars Says Porsche CEO

Report: No Hybrid Sports Cars Says Porsche CEO
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Porsche will not build hybrid versions of its sports cars says company CEO Michael Macht. Both the 911 and Boxster models are off-limits as far as the German sports car maker’s hybrid plans are concerned, although Porsche is pushing ahead with plans to launch a hybrid version of the Cayenne SUV. According to Macht, Porsche… Continue Reading...

Report: Porsche Panamera, 911 Platforms Could be Shared With VW Group Cars, Says CEO

Report: Porsche Panamera, 911 Platforms Could be Shared With VW Group Cars, Says CEO
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Porsche’s new CEO has said that the German sports car maker is open to sharing the Panamera platform with other Volkswagen Group brands. He even went so far as to say that (gasp!) the iconic 911 platform could be used across brands. Michael Macht, the new Porsche boss who was practically hand picked by Volkswagen… Continue Reading...

Report: Electric Porsche Could Be Ready in Five Years Says Company Boss

Report: Electric Porsche Could Be Ready in Five Years Says Company Boss
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Porsche engineers are working “intensively” on an electric sports car that could be brought to market in as little as five years says company head Michael Macht. The comments were made to German magazine Welt am Sonntag, just after the Frankfurt Auto Show, where fellow German automakers Audi and Mercedes-Benz displayed electric concept cars. Macht… Continue Reading...

Breaking: Porsche CEO Ousted As Volkswagen Takeover Backfires

Breaking: Porsche CEO Ousted As Volkswagen Takeover Backfires
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Porsche CEO Wendelin Wiedeking is leaving his position at the helm of Germany’s most renowned sports car maker and he isn’t leaving voluntarily. Wiedeking was sacked by the Porsche’s executive board late yesterday so that the company could move forward with a “merger” with Germany’s largest automaker, Volkswagen. The now former CEO opposed the deal… Continue Reading...
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