A hybrid Cayenne Coupe sounds much more plausible than an all-electric model, especially since the SUV is already offered as a hybrid. That’s not to say that the latter couldn’t happen, though. Porsche is diving into the electric car scene head first with the Mission E, which could debut as early as 2019. The automaker thinks it can sell 20,000 of these cars a year
. That number isn’t bad but it could be better, say by expanding the platform out to the Cayenne. Tesla has proved with the Model X that people will buy luxury electric SUVs. The only thing that’s stopping Tesla from flooding the streets with Model Xs is the fact that its production line can’t keep up with demand. Porsche obviously wouldn’t face that problem.