eRUF Greenster – targa top electric Porsche

eRUF Greenster – targa top electric Porsche

eRuf Greenster fq

Ruf Automobile and Siemens Corporate Technology just revealed at the Geneva Show its eRuf Greenster Porsche electric car. The Greenster is a targa top 911 in the old style with a chopped speedster-type windshield. The power train of the eRuf Greenster Porsche has been developed by Siemens as a preliminary concept for the eDrive technology. The eRuf Greenster Porsche is powered by a center mounted electric motor that outputs 270 kW and an amazing 950 Nm of torque. Ruf says the following version of the eRuf Greenster Porsche will be produced as a limited series with as a double-motor concept featuring the integral eDrive technology.

The eRuf Greenster Porsche can be recharged in under an hour from a 400-volt power outlet. The battery pack system has been improved and is now 30% smaller in volume, restoring the front trunk space that was lost on the original. The battery pack also has greater power capacity allowing it to release and absorb power faster, enabling more regenerative braking capacity.

A small number of the production version of the eRuf Greenster Porsche is expected to hit the streets next year. No pricing information has been released yet.


eRuf Greenster fq

Ruf Automobile and Siemens Corporate Technology just revealed at the Geneva Show its eRuf Greenster Porsche electric car. The Greenster is a targa top 911 in the old style with a chopped speedster-type windshield. The power train of the eRuf Greenster Porsche has been developed by Siemens as a preliminary concept for the eDrive technology. The eRuf Greenster Porsche is powered by a center mounted electric motor that outputs 270 kW and an amazing 950 Nm of torque. Ruf says the following version of the eRuf Greenster Porsche will be produced as a limited series with as a double-motor concept featuring the integral eDrive technology.

The eRuf Greenster Porsche can be recharged in under an hour from a 400-volt power outlet. The battery pack system has been improved and is now 30% smaller in volume, restoring the front trunk space that was lost on the original. The battery pack also has greater power capacity allowing it to release and absorb power faster, enabling more regenerative braking capacity.

A small number of the production version of the eRuf Greenster Porsche is expected to hit the streets next year. No pricing information has been released yet.


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