Stuttgart-based German automobile manufacturer focusing on high-performance sports cars, SUVs and Sedans, Porsche AG, owned by Volkswagen, has been working on a leather-free version of all-green Taycan electric sports car, pointing towards a latest attempt of the German automaker’s green energy manoeuvre as environmental activists, particularly in Europe had been strappingly lobbying to yield a boycott of the diesel-run vehicles.
In point of fact, latest attempt to go-ahead with an all-green venture for the Volkswagen AG’s luxury brand, Porsche AG, was brought into light after a climate activist group had slumped more than 40 luxury vehicles last month and called for a ban on the vehicles over this month’s Frankfurt Auto Show claiming the vehicles were celebrating an “Outmoded climate and environment destroying transportation system.
” Aside from Porsche’s latest launch of an e-vehicle, seemingly aimed at averting future protests of environmentalist activists, had also added on Wednesday (Sept. 4th) during announcing a launch of its first zero-emission sports car, that, the high-profit margin, luxury brand of Volkswagen group would be investing as much as €6 billion ($6.7 billion) over the next three years in order to step up its efforts to develop high-end electric vehicles, while expressing sheer optimism over Porsche’s all-green venture, the company said in a statement on Wednesday (Sept.
4th), “With the Taycan, Porsche offers an entirely leather-free interior for the first time. Interiors made from innovative recycled materials underscore the sustainable concept of the electric sports car. ”