AutoComplete: Porsche is working on a large electric SUV
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Porsche's drumming up a lot of interest in it's forthcoming Taycan electric panamera thing.
So it's no surprise that it's already got more battery electric vehicles in the works.
One of Porsche's finance bosses said the public should expect a big electric Porsche SUV by 2022, so that's a thing.
Volvo currently offers two plug-in hybrid powertrain options in the world.
The T6 twin engine and the T8 twin engine.
Of those, we in the U.S. only get the higher powered and higher cost T8.
We were curious whether we would see the more affordable T6 version stateside, so we asked Volvo North America's CEO Anders Gustafsson and he basically just said, nope.
So that means if you want a Volvo PHEV here, you'd better be prepared to open your wallet.
Our man, Jake Holmes, has just gotten back from LA where he drove the Hyundai Kona EV and had some kind things to say about the experience, which might leave you wanting one of these quirky crossovers.
Well, the big bummer is that unless you live in California or somewhere in the Northeast, you're going to have a bit of a wait on your hands before you can snap one up.
Hyundai will probably roll it out to the rest of the U.S. in time, but we have no idea how long that will take.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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