Porsche’s Modular PPE Platform Is The Key To Producing Better EVs
The 800-volt charging architecture – also a feature of the Porsche Taycan – of the PPE platform has multiple benefits, including higher efficiency, reduced weight, and faster charging speeds. Most EVs utilize 400-volt architecture, which is one of PPE’s primary benefits.
Along with the Macan EV, the electric Porsche Cayenne that is rumored to launch in 2026 is also expected to use the PPE platform. This model will go up against the BMW iX and Mercedes-Benz EQE.
Porsche highlighted the fact that modern platforms need to be future-proof and flexible, too. For example, even if a rear-wheel-drive vehicle is launched initially, the platform should be able to accommodate all-wheel drive at a later stage if required. This includes adapting to ever-changing battery technology.
So far, over 32 million cars have been based on VW’s MQB platform since 2012. While many cars based on the PPE platform will be high-end models that won’t sell in such large numbers, Porsche will be hoping for the same longevity from this advanced electric platform.
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