For the foreseeable future, the Porsche Cayenne won’t be the company’s most popular crossover. According to the German brand, a new SUV will be built on the SSP platform and will be the new flagship. It will, of course, be electric.
We are adding a luxury all-electric SUV to our portfolio. It will be built in Leipzig. This will allow us to expand our luxury segment position. We target higher margin segments and are looking to capitalize on new sales opportunities.
It is not known if the car will launch in the second decade of this decade, that is between 2025-2030. It is possible that this render was also shown to North American Porsche dealers last year. Although the actual image is not online, it is believed that the car is wider, larger, and flatter at its rear than the Cayenne and Macan.