Porsche has fabricated a lot of hypercars that have made history. Almost two decades before, the German automaker launched the V-10-swinging Carrera GT, and 9 years ago the company revealed the production version of its most recent hypercar, the hybrid V-8-powered 918 Spyder. But those model look like the past of the automaker, because they have spoken about the future electrification of the company, so very likely the next hypercar will be an EV.
Oliver Blume, the automaker’s CEO, has said that “there’s internal interest in such a project, but it won’t arrive until at least 2025 as Porsche continues to funnel its resources into the electrification of its core model range”, so it clarifies that they are working on it. Porsche has been always produced some of the best hypercars in the world, so they want to develop their technology to keep this quality on their hypercars, and it is expected that the company will develop their technology to deliver a new level of EV performance.
Some experts have claimed that maybe they will start with a plug-in hybrid roadgoing version of the turbocharged 1.6-liter V-6 it developed quietly toward the end of the previous decade for a possible Formula 1 program, because the German automaker pretends to join to F1 championship by 2026. Porsche is expected to use too the next-generation high-energy-density, ultra-quick-charging batteries.
This car and the electric technology of the company is still in a development process, and the name of the car has not been revealed at this moment neither the date, but as the company has said and the experts have claimed, the date could be between 2025 and 2026 depending on the speed of the technology’s development. Obviously, the price is not known, but making some approximation, it could be priced in $1,300,000, obviously it will be a very expensive car.