With the growth of the electric car sector, the conflicts in the sector are increasing. Porsche CEO Oliver Blume, in an interview with Elon Musk, said that in 10 years electric cars with a range of 1,000 kilometers will come out.
According to many authorities, if all the electric cars produced so far are collected, only a few of them can confront Porsche’s Thai car. Taycan carries the driving dynamics of a classic sports car. This is also a source of pride for the German car manufacturer’s electric vehicle range.
Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said the Thai model is just the beginning of the company’s “electrification” program. According to his statements Porsche; Although Taycan started with Turbo and Turbo S models, there will be more versions of this vehicle in the future. One of them is Thai Cross Turismo.
Porsche CEO: ‘Taycan has a different place than Tesla Model S.’
Of course, it is not the kind of car that Thai Cross Turismo will be. “Do you see Thai as a competitor to the Tesla Model S?” was asked. Blume’s answer is that both vehicles will probably be in the premium sedan segment.
Blume also gave an interesting explanation for the answer. Porsche CEO said that Taycan has a different place than Tesla Model S. “The main focus of Thai is that it is suitable for sports driving,” the CEO said.
Blume: ‘Tesla and Elon Musk play a major role in the electric vehicle market’
Blume also talked about the conversion of cars to electric cars, Tesla CEO Elon Musk also said that he respects. Blume said that Tesla and Musk’s innovations played the biggest role in the growth of the electric vehicle industry.
During the interview, Oliver Blume added that Porsche will further develop the production of electric cars and will in particular work to increase the range of their vehicles. Blume said Porsche’s electric vehicles will have a range of 1,000 kilometers in ten years and the charging system will accelerate as much as gasoline.