According to information from the British car website, the cars get two electric motors with a total of 400 hp, which would push performance between the GTS and the Spyder / GT4. You get an aluminum monocoque and should be available except with all-wheel drive with rear-wheel drive (then probably with an electric motor).
According to the report, the new duo will share the technology with an Audi TTE and a planned rebirth of the Lamborghini Urraco. The 1972 to 1979 sold original was a 2 + 2-seater coupe with a V8 engine and a design by Marcello Gandini.
Loud CAR Magazine the electric car specialist Rimac is to be involved in the development of emission-free sports cars; Porsche has recently increased its stake in the Croatian company to 15.5 percent. According to Top Gear The Electric-Macan Premium Platform Electric (PPE) could also serve as the basis for the electric Boxster and the Cayman. Top Gear also believes that the new electric sportsmen will not mean the end of the conventionally powered versions. There could be a period of two to three years, in which both model variants peacefully co-exist, the magazine says.
Until then, Porsche is still busy with the current 718 Cayman: The Zuffenhausen have announced to bring out a hardcore version of the GT4 RS.