Although the Porsche Macan EV is still under development, it looks like Porsche is already planning some interesting changes to production plans.
As per an interview with Automobilwoche magazine, a Porsche executive hinted that production numbers of the EV and ICE versions of the Macan would be similar.
In the interview, Porsche Production Chief Albrecht Reimold said this:
We produce more than 80,000 units of today’s generation, and in the long-term, we also plan to produce as many of the all-electric Macan.
The Macan SUV is one of the best-selling Porsche’s, and the company plans to have equal success with its all-electric version.
Currently, Porsche only has a single electric option, the Porsche Taycan coupe.
In July 2021, the company announced that a software issue with Cariad could delay the Macan launch.
To keep momentum on the electrification of the brand.
Porsche announced earlier this year that the company is bringing an all-electric version of the Porsche 718 sportscar and an SUV with a third-row by the mid-decade.
The Porsche Macan is still under development but will share the new Premium Platform Electric platform with the Audi Q6 e-Tron.
We have seen the Macan prototype testing, but we have yet to see the vehicle officially launched.
Many expect the Macan all-electric SUV to make its premiere late this year, with a launch in early 2024.
However, nothing has been confirmed from Porsche as of yet.