Render image shows Porsche's ultra-sleek electric performance sedan being developed under the codename "Landjet"
The by sales numbers largest German automaker Volkswagen may be focused on developing mainstream electric cars like the compact VW ID.2 for its main brand, but its luxury brands Audi and Porsche unsurprisingly require more exquisite designs which can impress the rather affluent buyers of these kind of vehicles. The so-called "Landjet" electric concept car is the perfect example for that.
An indeed very striking concept rendering of this upcoming all-electric Porsche sedan has now been released by Motor1. The picture in question can be accessed via this link. The purported design of the upcoming EV is characterized by an incredibly sleek and aerodynamic body with a roof spoiler and an additional active rear spoiler. The electric Porsche sedan also looks remarkably long in size in these renderings, which corresponds to the rumor that the performance sedan could feature three seating rows with enough space for up to seven passengers, even though that seems rather unrealistic with this alleged design.
Technical details are still scarce on the probably very expensive electric Porsche, but the range of the new sports car could amount to approximately 400 miles per charge thanks to a high-performing battery. The sporty EV is also expected to feature advanced autonomous driving technologies. The development of this car is allegedly spearheaded by Porsche's sister company Audi, which could release its own version of this intriguing electric sedan by 2024. Unfortunately, there is no timetable for the release of the Porsche's electric sports car that will be based on the "Landjet" concept.