Porsche offered glimpses on its future full-electric models -- including a flagship electric crossover positioned above the Cayenne -- as part of its goal of delivering more than 80 percent of its new vehicles as full-electric models in 2030.
The crossover will be designed to offer strong performance and automated driving functions with the typical Porsche flyline, the automaker said in a statement on Monday. It will use Volkswagen Group's SSP Sport platform, which Porsche is developing.
"We are observing growing profit pools in this segment, in particular in China and the U.S.," CEO Oliver Blume said in the statement.
Porsche's other upcoming full-electric vehicles will be:
- An all-electric Macan crossover available to customers in 2024 as the brand's second battery-electric car after the Taycan sedan
- Full-electric versions of the 718 Boxster and Cayman are planned for the middle of the decade
- The Cayenne is poised to receive an full-electric powertrain as early as 2025 or 2026.
Porsche on Monday reported record earnings and revenue in 2022 as it boosted car deliveries and tightened costs. The company's operating return during 2022 rose to 18 percent from 16 percent in 2021. It had an operating profit of 6.8 billion euros ($7.26 billion). While a record, the result slightly missed expectations.