Porsche has revealed a new range of electric vehicles and a new car, the all-electric Porsche 918 Spyder, which is based on the company’s current 918 Cayman.
The company says the Spyder will be available in two different models, the base model and the Sport variant.
The base model is priced at £28,400, while the Sport version costs £38,000.
The Spyder’s base price of £28-32,000 will be a price-cut from the current Cayman, which costs £44,000 and features a 5.5-litre, 2.0-litres petrol engine.
The Porsche 917 Spyder also has a larger, more powerful engine, with a 6.2-litrev petrol engine, which will deliver an additional 710hp and 800Nm of torque.
The new Porsche 919 Spyder sports a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and a 521Nm torque figure, while an optional 919 Plus will offer a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The standard 918 has a 6speed dual clutch transmission, while a 919 Turbo has a six-speed manual.
Porsche also revealed new rear seats, which it says will offer comfort in both comfort and power.
A range of options will also be available for the new 918, including the new all-wheel drive technology and a more powerful version of the Cayman Turbo.
A new rear view mirror is also offered, along with a new steering wheel, paddles and paddleshift paddles.
Perez also unveiled a range of accessories for the 918 and 919, including a range-topping stereo, a range and price range for the P-shaped battery pack and a range for a standard battery pack.
The new 919 will offer 4,000mAh of battery capacity.
The Porsche 914 Cayman was unveiled last year at the Geneva Motor Show and featured a new all electric drivetrain, a new aluminium body and a revamped cabin design.
Porsche says the Caymans are already on sale in the US, the UK, Italy, Australia and Singapore.