AutoComplete: Porsche's next-gen Macan is going electric
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Turns out that Porsche has bigger plans for electrifying its lineup than just the Taycan.
The company confirmed that the next generation of Macan SUV would be fully electric.
It'll be built in the same facility as the current model.
And will ride on the PPE platform.
Which is being developed in partnership with Audi.
Porsche says we can expect the new Macah sometime early in the next decade.
Way back in 2016 the head of the PSA group that owns Peugeot and Citron said that they wanted to bring French cars back to America.
Well that was enough to get our little corner of the internet buzzing with possibility.
PSA has now confirmed that it plans to be back in America in 2026 with Peugeot to start.
This is awesome news, but let's just hope it goes better than Alfa Romeo's reintroduction.
Lamborghini is a pretty standard formula.
You take a pointy aggressive car body, you whack a bag engine in the back, paint it a loud color, release it.
And then a few months later, you do a convertible.
The latest raging bull to get the convertible treatment is the Huracan Evo Spyder.
This latest vert has 640 horsepower and it will make its debut in Geneva next week.
Find more on these stories over theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you tomorrow.
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