The cars developed will test three modes of operation of interest to the ministry. The first utilizes a single motor and Porsche gearbox while the second is a two-motor variation with a 2-speed gearbox and limited slip differential.
The third of the 997 Carrera-based vehicles will employ twin motors and two gearboxes to create independent rear-wheel drive.
The single engine version will have a lithium-ion (LI) storage capacity of 29 kWh and will generate slightly over 240 horsepower. This will give the electric Porsche a top speed of 136 mph and a range of 93 miles. It can go from 0 to 60 in 7 seconds.
The second model will use transversely mounted synchronous motors and an automatic 2-speed gearbox. A temperature controlled LI battery is employed boosting capacity to 36.6 kWh. The car will have a range of 124 miles, an equivalent top speed and the ability to go from 0 to 60 in 5 seconds.
The third variation utilizes torque vectoring to provide independent drive from the rear wheels and also features the temperature controlled LI battery. This vehicle will have a top speed of 111 mph, equivalent range and will also get from 0 to 60 in 5 seconds.
The 10 examples of the three different variations will be ready for testing by the end of June.
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