The launch of the electric Porsche Macan has been postponed until 2024

The electric Porsche Macan, which was initially supposed to go on sale in 2023, has been delayed until the end of 2024 due to problems in the company's software department. Is. In mid-July, the CEO of Porsche, "Oliver Bloom" talked about the decision to delay the launch of electric cars of the company in an interview with the German website "Automobilwoche". Now, however, this news has been resurfaced in the news media to confirm the release of the electric Porsche Macan in late 2024.

BingMag.com The launch of the electric Porsche Macan has been postponed until 2024

The electric Porsche Macan, which was initially supposed to go on sale in 2023, has been delayed until the end of 2024 due to problems in the company's software department. Is. In mid-July, the CEO of Porsche, "Oliver Bloom" talked about the decision to delay the launch of electric cars of the company in an interview with the German website "Automobilwoche". Now, however, this news has been resurfaced in the news media to confirm the release of the electric Porsche Macan in late 2024.

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    According to the report published by "Autocar", the Cariad software development department of the Volkswagen Group has problems with the E3 1.2 software platform, which has also delayed the launch of the electric Porsche Macan for about a year. Of course, Volkswagen's contract with this software development team states that Porsche has the freedom to work on its own software stack for future electric vehicles, and therefore the company will likely forego the E3 2.0 software platform altogether.

    BingMag.com The launch of the electric Porsche Macan has been postponed until 2024 Introducing other models of this automotive group. The latest news suggests that the electric Porsche 718 Boxter and Porsche 718 Cayman may not go on sale in 2025 as originally planned. The automaker also mentions that the electric Porsche Cayenne will likely take more time to reach the market.

    As a reminder, the Porsche Macan will use the PPE platform developed in collaboration with Audi. But at the same time, Porsche 718 will be launched in the market with the exclusive architecture of electric sports cars. In addition, it is said that Porsche's large and luxurious electric SUV will be produced in Leipzig later this decade. With the production of this large new electric SUV, the electric Macan in 2024 and emission-free versions of the 718, Porsche is looking to achieve its goals in the electric car market. It is also heard that this car uses plug-in hybrid powertrains and its all-electric version will be available to users in the following years.

    Many rumors are heard in the news media about the specifications of the electric Porsche Macan. That being said, the electric Porsche Macan will apparently have more cruising capacity than the Taycan. The electric Macan is expected to have a range of more than 482 kilometers so that this electric crossover can compete with the Ford Mustang Mach-E and the Tesla Model Y. The German automaker also plans to expand its partnership with the Electrify America charging network, possibly with destination chargers at hotels and dealerships.

    BingMag.com The launch of the electric Porsche Macan has been postponed until 2024

    In terms of appearance, it is also said that the electric Porsche Macan will have differences with the standard and gasoline Macan, among which possible differences can be mentioned in the narrower headlights and the new front window. Porsche has announced that the Macan will sound exactly like the Porsche Taycan. The only model in the Porsche lineup that will not have an all-electric version in the near future is the Porsche 911. The company's officials have stated several times that the all-electric version of this iconic sports car will not be released until after 2030.

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