There’s a lot going on in the world ofthat we haven’t been able to get to in recent weeks, as well as a handful of developments that only require a brief mention. So let’s dive right in — ten pounds of news in a five-pound bag, courtesy of Porsche Nashua.
Porsche Taycan Specs in Focus
Thedoesn’t go on sale ’til model year 2020, so specifications have been slow in coming. But the car formerly known as the Porsche Mission E will boast 600+ horsepower, 310 miles of range, a sub-3.5 second zero-to-sixty time, and the choice of either AC or DC charging. More interesting may be the millions of miles of testing the production prototypes will have logged in extreme climates, or the 20,000 production models promised per year.
No Room? No Problem!
reports that a Remote Park Assist feature is coming to the . The company promises that it’ll work in a wide number of parking spaces, whether you’re parallel parking in Boston, parking on the diagonal in a parking garage, or trying to squeeze into the last available space at the Pheasant Lane Mall. You won’t even need to be in your vehicle to park it.
Porsche 911: Electric, or No?
Conflicting reports have come from Stuttgart regarding the electrification of the. Porsche AG CEO Oliver Blume was emphatic not too long ago that it would never happen. More recently, company VP Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser begged to differ, but did allow that the Porsche 911 “would be the last car we make with an electric drivetrain.” Given the success Porsche AG has enjoyed with the hybrid Porsche 919, it’s clear they know a thing or two about electrification; an all-electric version of the company’s most iconic car could be just what the Doctor ordered.
Next Porsche Nashua Rally Club Outing
We’d be remiss if we didn’t remind you of the nextdate. It’s Thursday, September 20. Follow along on Facebook for further details, or just drop by the Porsche Nashua showroom at 170 Main Dunstable Road to get the particulars. See you there!