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Porsche shows off Cayman at electric car show

10 October 2017

Porsche has revealed an all-electric Cayman at the Electric Vehicle Symposium in Stuttgart. While the car is just a research vehicle, Porsche engineers say it shows just how sporty an EV can be.

The Cayman E-Volution uses an all-electric drivetrain capable of launching the sports car to 62 mph in just 3.3 seconds – faster than any combustion-engined Cayman – while the as-yet unspecified battery pack can manage a claimed 124 mile range.

The Stuttgart-based company says the E-Volution is ‘hint of what’s to come in 2019’, which is when the Mission E concept will arrive in production form. Porsche insists the Cayman E-Volution will not go into production, but it does be form a stepping stone for EV development.

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