According to Bloomberg, Porsche has postponed the production of the Mission E Cross Tourismo, which was originally scheduled to be released at the end of this year, until 2021.
Due to the impact of the epidemic and the higher-than-expected sales of the current Taycan, Porsche has delayed the release of the Mission E Cross Tourismo production version, which was originally planned for the end of this year. In the first half of this year, Taycan sold about 5000 units worldwide, almost the annual capacity of the Mission E Cross Tourismo.
Previously disclosed information showed that many parameters of the Mission E Cross Tourismo were consistent with Taycan, such as 800V high-voltage charging and 600 hp power, but compared with Taycan, this car would have better off-road performance and be more versatile overall.
Although Taycan has performed well in the Chinese and European markets, its sales in the United States, the hometown of Tesla, have not been satisfactory.
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