Porsche’s ambitious new goals include public trading and a comprehensive all-electric lineup.

With over 300,000 vehicles delivered in 2021, Porsche had a year full of success and validation in the direction in which the brand is currently going. Its recent success has even gotten Porsche to consider trading publicly, allowing public investment to fuel quicker and larger developments. One of the most important highlights to come out of that announcement was the fact that sales of the Taycan more than doubled, soaring to 41,296 global deliveries. Despite the 911 setting a new record high for sales in 2021, the Taycan still managed to outperform it, which leaves no doubt in Porsche’s mind that the enthusiasm for electric cars is very real.

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As a matter of fact, 40% of Porsche’s deliveries in Europe were of vehicles that had some sort of electric component, like hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and electric vehicles, and Porsche has been developing an all-electric version of the Porsche Macan SUV, set to launch in 2023. Porsche has also announced that, by “the middle of the decade,” an all-electric version of the Porsche 718 Boxster and Porsche 718 Cayman sports cars will be released.

Looking even further, Porsche has announced that by 2030, 80% or more of new Porsches should be all-electric. To help this goal along, Porsche is working on creating its own charging infrastructure, as well as battery systems, which are being developed in collaboration with Cellforce Group. Porsche’s current performance might be phenomenal itself, but its goals for the future are even more so.

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Source: Porsche