Porsche (P911_p.DE) has a plan to gradually electrify its car lineup so that electric vehicles make up 80% of sales by 2030

Porsche, the German luxury automaker, has announced that its iconic 911 sports car will be the sole survivor of its combustion models by 2030

Porsche's decision to phase out its combustion models is a sign of the times. The automotive industry is increasingly shifting towards electric vehicles

Porsche is not the only automaker to make this move. Other luxury brands, such as Bentley and Rolls-Royce, have also announced plans to phase out their combustion models in the coming years.

The 911 is a beloved car among enthusiasts and collectors. It has been in production since 1963 and is considered one of the most iconic sports cars ever made

The decision to keep the 911 as a combustion model is a nod to its popularity and its status as a brand icon.

Porsche said that it will continue to offer a variety of electric models alongside the 911. These models will include the Taycan, which is a fully electric sports car

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