Porsche is looking for synergy effects in e-mobility
The corporation based in Zuffenhausen, Germany, acquired 10% of the Croatian technology and sports car company Rimac. The aim is a development partnership.
To go into series production with the Taycan 2019 as the first all-electric Porsche
Porsche invests in the technology and sports car company Rimac Automobili . The Zuffenhausen-based corporation, which intends to go into series production with the Taycan 2019 as the first all-electric Porsche, is aiming for a development partnership with Rimac given its six-billion-euro electric offensive .
“The partnership with Porsche is a very important step for Rimac. Our goal is to be a modular and system supplier for automotive manufacturers in the fields of electrification, connectivity, and driver assistance systems, “explains Managing Director Mate Rimac .
The Croatian company based in Zagreb focuses on high-voltage battery technology, electric drives, and the development of digital interfaces between man and machine (HMI). It has also developed the C Two , a nearly 2,000 hp electric sports car with a top speed of 412 km/h and has a range of 650 km. In addition,
Rimac is active in the development and production of e-bikes. This activity was spun off to the subsidiary Greyp Bikes in 2013.
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