Electric prototypes of the current-gen Boxster are undergoing testing, and Porsche is working to get a concept released.
Porsche has been talking about electric versions of its entry-level Boxster and Cayman sports cars for the past decade, and the next step could be a concept vehicle. Michael Steiner, Porsche’s executive board member for development, says that the German automaker is pushing to develop one, taking a similar approach to the Mission E concept in 2015 that previewed the 2020 Taycan electric sedan, and this (above) is what we think it could look like.
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