The introduction of the all-electric Porsche Taycan turns out to be an unprecedented challenge for the German manufacturer.
Porsche is investing roughly €1 billion in its main production plant in Zuffenhausen, Germany, which should start making the Taycan from September of this year.
Because Zuffenhausen already produces more cars than ever, and there is not much space for a new high-volume model, Porsche was forced to design a completely new production process with the use of a flexi-line with driverless transport systems that move automatically from station to station. Particular operations are conducted on multiple floors and in different building complexes.
As we can see, not only Tesla is cramped with EV production (in Fremont).