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2019/04/01 02:07:10 (permalink)

Porsche to Announce Electric Conversion Kits .....

To all pre 98' Air cooled 911 and with only a token fitting charge + Batteries on lease.
In a ground breaking E-Mission statement to be made at Essen Show this month, Porsche will yet again lead the way.
 
Such more powerful models such as RS and Turbo will get greater Voltage and this will be limited down on lower Horse Power models.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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    Peter_Bull
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    Re: Porsche to Announce Electric Conversion Kits ..... 2019/04/01 08:54:06 (permalink)
    Nice try Des ……….. 


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    Re: Porsche to Announce Electric Conversion Kits ..... 2019/04/01 10:38:54 (permalink)
    You didn't mention that the battery pack comes on a pre-wired 2 wheel trailer with Porsche design cable connector good for 145mph except on Motorways!!

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    Re: Porsche to Announce Electric Conversion Kits ..... 2019/04/01 13:47:10 (permalink)
    E Rated Tyres

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    Re: Porsche to Announce Electric Conversion Kits ..... 2019/04/05 21:17:26 (permalink)
    If you were going to create a credible EV to be environmentally of value, you w
    ould not start with a Porsche.
     
    BMW had it bang on with the i3 ... a shame that they cannot make the carbon chassis and all the good stuff work on a 35k car ...

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