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26 09 2018 03

In an effort to intensify its activities in the areas of hybrid technology and electro-mobility, the German sports car manufacturer, Porsche, will no longer offer vehicles with diesel propulsion.

By 2022, Porsche will have invested more €6 billion ($7.02 billion) in e-mobility, creating the basis for sustainable growth into the future. Interest in hybrid models is already taking off. 63% of the Panameras sold in Europe, for example, are hybrid models.

Demand for diesel models, on the other hand, is dropping. In 2017, the diesel share of worldwide Porsches was 12%. Porsche has not had a diesel in its portfolio since February 2018. Due to this change in conditions, the company has decided to no longer offer diesel propulsion in future.

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