2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 05:39
The second big name from the Porsche / Piëch auto dynasty will also appear on the hood of a sports car in the future. After Porsche, there will also be an athlete named Piëch in three years.
Toni Piëch presented the brand he co-founded and named after him at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday. He is the son of long-time VW board member and supervisory board chairman Ferdinand Piëch. Its headquarters are in Zurich.
The company wants to bring the fully electric Mark Zero to the streets in three years at the latest. A prototype can currently be seen at the fair. Wherever the world is talking about automated driving, it's about building a classic, purist sports car that focuses on the driver, said Piëch at the presentation.
Mark Zero with a range of up to 500 kilometers
The Mark Zero with a range of up to 500 kilometers should cost 150,000 to 170,000 euros. Thanks to innovative battery and charging technology that is being developed together with partners, the vehicle is charged to 80 percent in less than five minutes.
The new boss is quoted in a publication from his company because they would not have found anyone who would fulfill their wishes if they had decided to build a sports car themselves. A similar sentence is also attributed to Ferry Porsche, who once developed the first sports car with his name. (dpa)
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