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Une Porsche Pajun Concept électrique au salon de Francfort ?

PanameraA l’heure actuelle, la gamme Porsche ne compte qu’une seule berline. Mais le salon de Francfort pourrait bien marquer une nouvelle étape dans l’histoire de la marque. C’est sans doute à l’occasion du salon de Francfort, au mois de septembre prochain, que Porsche présentera un concept inédit de berline. Il devrait s’agir de la Pajun, […]

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We Hear: Porsche Pajun Coming to Frankfurt as an EV Design Study

We Hear: Porsche Pajun Coming to Frankfurt as an EV Design Study
Concept will preview rumored « Panamera Junior »

An electrified concept for the rumored baby Porsche Panamera is coming to the Frankfurt auto show, a new report suggests. The Porsche « Pajun » EV (Panamera Junior) will feature an electric motor, according to French website L’Automobile.

 

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Porsche Pajun : cela se précise

Porsche1Cela fait des mois (et des mois) que les rumeurs se succèdent autour de la prochaine Porsche Pajun, celle-là même qui officialisée devrait sans doute aucun changer de nom. Voici de nouvelles indiscrétions. Cousine de la prochaine génération de la Panamera (et d’autres autos du groupe) reposant sur la nouvelle plate-forme MSB, celle qu’on nomme […]

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Porsche Pajun to be EV only, targets Tesla Model S

Porsche’s baby Panamera rumoured to go full electric

Porsche’s future Pajun saloon has been rumoured to go full electric when it arrives in 2018/2019. Set to rival the Mercedes E-Class, Audi A6 and BMW 5-series, an all-electric powertrain could bring it closer into line with the Tesla Model S.

>Read – Tesla Model S Performance review, specs and pictures

Created as a junior version of the podgy looking Panamera sports saloon (pictured), the Pajun – Panamera Junior in full – will likely feature five doors and mix high-performance with practical daily usability.

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If the car were to go full electric, to compete with the Tesla it would have to produce around 400bhp and be capable of 250 real-world miles – something the Tesla has consistently managed on our tests.

The main barrier to an all-electric Porsche in the UK (and most of the rest of the world) would be charging infrastructure. With Tesla’s Superchargers needing just 30mins for 80 per cent charge, they’re certainly helping to improve the prospects of an electric future. But outside of large urban areas like London, their distant spacing is still a cause for concern (just ask Managing editor Stuart Gallagher!)

>Read – Porsche Panamera Turbo review, price and specs

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Porsche would undoubtedly have to create a charger network that at the very least matches Tesla’s if it were to offer a viable alternative. With such a small percentage of cars sold in Europe being full-electric, an electric Pajun might struggle as an out-and-out sales success, instead acting as the base for future electric technology.

The Pajun is still very much in development stage. Production ready cars are expected to arrive in 2018 or 2019, priced competitively with competition from around £60,000.


Sam Sheehan

26 Jan 2015
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La future Porsche Pajun 100% électrique

porsche-panamera-chineLe segment des berlines routières est dominé en Europe par un trio allemand solidement en place: les Mercedes Classe E, BMW Série 5 et Audi A6; sans oublier la Jaguar XF et la plus récente Maserati Ghibli qui se positionnent comme des alternatives plus que crédibles. Face à ces stars, Porsche devrait finalement changer de […]

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