Good news for British fans of the Jeep Wrangler: the new model, due in 2018, will be built in sufficient volume for plentiful supply to UK dealers. Seen here testing in rugged, two-door Rubicon form, the updated Wrangler will also be produced globally in larger numbers, with the UK one of the main markets to benefit. “I have lifted the free demand on the Wrangler – the volume of cars that we can supply when a distributor asks for them,” Jeep CEO Michael Manley said earlier this year.
Porsche’s introduction of an electric 911 or Boxster will hinge on developments in batteries that will allow its sport cars to maintain a low ride height and class-leading handling and roadholding. The company is under pressure to introduce an electrified version of every single model in its range by 2030, a corporate goal unveiled by Volkswagen Group boss Matthias Müller at Frankfurt. Its next 911, due later this year, will be the first avaialable with a hybrid option.
Porsche is waiting for a technology breakthrough before launching a successor to the 210mph 918 Spyder - and will only go-ahead if the resulting car is faster than its predecessor. The obvious next-step for a Porsche ‘super-sports’ is an all-electric powertrain, but company engineers have warned that the high weight of today’s batteries makes such a car unlikely in the near future. “A future super-sports is a matter of technology. If we were to do it now, it would be a hybrid.
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Selecting a term
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