The Porsche Taycan is already in its second generation, while an electric Panamera is also under development.

Next-generation Taycans and Panameras will both be based on the Scalable Systems Platform developed by Volkswagen Group.

In comparison with the existing Panamera, the new model will be significantly larger.

It is expected that the Taycan will remain performance-oriented, while the Panamera will focus more on luxury.

Next year will see the facelift of the current generation Panamera.

Next-generation Taycan will launch alongside the Panamera in 2027 based on an all-new chassis.

911 sports cars, Porsche's most famous model, are expected to retain engines for at least ten years.

Next year, a mild-hybrid 911 variant is expected to join the 992.2 lineup.

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