Porsche says it will work in diesel. In a statement announced this morning, he said "despite the drop in demand for diesel vehicles and the growing interest in hybrid vehicles, he decided not to offer diesel promotion in the future."
Oliver Blume, CEO of Porsche, claimed that his company "is not exacerbating diesel" in this announcement and claims to be an important fuel in the world. German automobile manufacturers are increasingly interested in electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles. Last year, the company announced the 2019 Cayenne SUV that did not have a diesel car, and later announced an updated hybrid model.
At the beginning of this year, we doubled the investment in green cars in 2022 and announced that by 2025 we can equip a new Porsche car with hybrid electric or pure electric engine. Next year's Taycan (formerly known as Mission E) to focus on other electric sports cars like the Tescan S. model.
Porsche's drive to test diesel car makes sense. The automotive industry is increasingly betting on the future driving electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles. The company has not sold diesel cars in the US market since 2015. Last year, after it turned out to be equipped with equipment to bypass the test, we collected 2,200 Cayenne SUVs. Resign. As a result of this recall, Porsche decided to stop the production of diesel engines rather than updating the diesel engine to comply with current regulations. At the time, it seemed that it was not merely a matter of suspension of production, but it became obvious in today's announcement
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