Porsche leaves the Artemis project. PPE platform for the electric flagship


Porsche has decided to say goodbye to the Artemis project, a choice that will cost you; a lot from an economic point of view. We are talking about the project that originally involved also Audi and Bentley . The three car manufacturers would have had to work on a new electric flagship which would then be brought to its debut by them, with the obvious opportune differences. Car that would have been produced at Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles & # 39; Hanover Plant .

The contract to build the Artemis models of Audi, Porsche and Bentley at the Hanover plant was considered a great success for the future of the factory. But already over the past year two of the three brands had begun to raise some doubts. In the end, only the Audi model will be; built entirely here. For Bentley, the plant will build only the chassis of its new electric flagship. The final assembly of the car will be made in England.


So what will the German brand do? According to Automobilwoche, the automaker intends to produce its flagship, codenamed K1, in Leipzig . For this vehicle it will be; used the EPP platform developed jointly with Audi and which will serve; also for the new electric Macan. Production should start in 2026, a year later than planned if the car had been built in Hanover.

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