It’s no suprise that in the wake of self driving cars that Porsche has joined the wagon, following other automobile like BMW, Volkswagen and other manufacturers.
Due to the recent development, Porsche has decided that the new project would require more hands on deck.
Porsche has raised the number of jobs it will create for the production of its first all-electric sports car to more than 1,400 from more than 1,000 previously, the manufacturer said on Tuesday.
More than 1,200 of the new positions will be created at the Volkswagen-owned brand’s base in Zuffenhausen where Porsche is building a new paint shop and assembly line for the battery-powered Mission E due to be built by the end of the decade.
Porsche also said it will increase the number of apprenticeships to 220 from 150.