This vehicle is looking to go on sale in the United States in 2025. Certainly, there’ll be plenty of overlap with the 911. This is being since those cars fundamentally possess separate propulsion technologies. However, Porsche isn’t quite as worried about the torque. Just the electricity alone is really the pursuit of what makes sense. This will be with the confirmation that the car itself will be entirely battery-electric in the long-run.
Of course, from recent intel, the 911 car will keep it’s combustion engine and could very well avoid total hybridization. As for the 718, that vehicle will likely be sold as a Cayman model. It’s about 100 percent specific that Boxster is going to keep the fabric top rather than convert to a fixed roof. In such a case, the body style is going to stay close to the latest models. However, it’s going to be featuring Porsche and their new electric front. This comes with wide headlights. Similar to the Taycan. However, with the 718’s design being previewed as recently as the Munich IAA auto show. In specific for the Mission R concept car, it possesses wild aero. The Mission R allows for a good idea of what a production 71 Cayman could be.
Porsche is turning the 718 into a wholly electric sports car.
Though the interior doesn’t quite have visuals yet, there’s still quite a futuristic leap from the original 718 cockpit. Furthermore, when you look at the electric 718, they develop lightweight technology. For their target weight, the internal happens to be 3,650 pounds.
Porsche doesn’t care too much about the overlap of power, being that the electric 718 and the gas-powerful 911 while looking at totally different technologies. Porsche doesn’t quite see a chance of the 911 becoming an EV. And that’s okay. The 718, looking to be remarketed, is arriving to the USA as a 2025 model.