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They'll facilitate long-distance travel for Mission E

When we talked with folks at Porsche about introducing the Mission E here in the U.S., they acknowledged that charging infrastructure was a challenge the company must face head-on. "We have to work on our charging infrastructure [across] the nation, so that range anxiety — despite the fact that we have a bigger range than 300 miles — is not a barrier," Porsche Cars North America President and CEO Klaus Zellmer told us. Now we know a little more about that plan, as Zellmer told Automo

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The Porsche Cars North America President and CEO tells us about his first American car.

'Well, we've got $1,000. What can we have?'

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We sit down with the men charged with Porsche's not-so-secret plan.

Porsche's electrification plan is taking shape.

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Porsche is sending Klaus Zellmer, the man responsible for so many of its overseas markets, to Atlanta to replace the new global sales chief Detlev von Platen as president and CEO of Porsche Cars North America.