2026 Porsche Panamera EV Expected

2026 Porsche Panamera EV – Porsche Macan EV and Taycan are preparing for the future with the Porsche Macan EV. In addition, Porsche is planning two more zero-emission family models. According to Automobilwoche, the first model is a Porsche Panamera Electric successor. Porsche already has an electric vehicle in its Panamera segment. This is the Taycan. It has however decided to launch the Panamera with electric propulsion as the next generation is launched. The Panamera could be a model of higher quality that can compete with the Mercedes EQS with higher margins and new technology.

2026 Porsche Panamera EV Price

2026 Porsche Panamera EV Price

2026 Porsche Panamera EV Review

Dr. Herbert Diess, CEO of Volkswagen Group, has stated that two Porsche models will make use of the PPE platform in premium segments. Although Dr. Diess isn’t revealing the names of the Porsche models yet, the German publication’s intel suggests that these will be the large SUV which was previously assigned to the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Hannover facility and its Panamera electric replacement.

2026 Porsche Panamera EV Specs

2026 Porsche Panamera EV Specs

The Panamera-sized crossover will be the first, codenamed K1, and will roll out from the Porsche Leipzig plant. Panamera’s electric crossover will share the PPE platform. It will be internally called PPE61 and will differ from the PPE application for the Macan. Porsche will use a PPE41 version of the Macan EV. Porsche may launch the Panamera’s electric successor in 2025. In 2026, the series production of K1 will begin.

2026 Porsche Panamera EV Interior

2026 Porsche Panamera EV Interior

2026 Porsche Panamera EV Price & Release Date

Automobilwoche reported that Porsche agreed to pay $114million (around EUR100 million) to VW to compensate it for not producing the flagship EV at its VW Commercial Vehicles plant, Hannover. This was in line with the original plan. Porsche will be able to build the K1 at its Leipzig manufacturing facility starting in 2026. Although it is not clear what the Leipzig plant will have, according to the original agreement with VW Commercial Vehicles the goal was to produce 25,000 units per year. This page will be updated as soon as we have more information about future launches.