Sports cars should achieve great things. Take responsibility, for example.
PorscheE-Performance provides answers. Right here and now. Because it is necessary to reduce fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions worldwide. As a sports car manufacturer, we believe that we should begin where we can really make a difference: in the garage, in the everyday lives of our drivers – with an intelligent overall concept. Our focus is not on the technology, but on the driver. It therefore goes without saying that PorscheE-Performance is much more to us than just a drive concept. It includes the vehicle, energy and connectivity.
Step 1: The vehicle
It combines attributes that initially appear irreconcilable: maximum performance and minimum consumption. The basis for this is a tightly integrated overall concept, incorporating the hybrid drive, optimum driving modes and ergonomic operability of the vehicle functions.
PorscheE-Hybrid models are designed as plug-in hybrids. The process of refuelling at a petrol station is increasingly being replaced by charging with electricity. Not just anywhere, but from the convenience of your own home. It goes without saying of course that we also supply the charging equipment.
With the Connect Plus module, you turn your smartphone into a co-driver. Moreover, the Connect Plus module ensures maximum connectivity in your Porsche – for example thanks to the integrated wireless Internet access.
* The published fuel consumption and CO2 emissions figures are determined by Porsche AG laboratory testing in accordance with ADR 81/02 on test vehicles. Actual figures will depend on many factors, including without limitation: road and traffic conditions, fuel quality, environmental conditions, individual driving style, vehicle load, vehicle condition and use (including any additional equipment and/or accessories) and how the vehicle is driven. For hybrid or electric vehicles, CO2 emissions can also be generated at the power source when vehicles are being recharged, unless 100% renewable energy is used. Generally, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions will differ from the published figures in real world driving conditions. Published figures should only be used for the purpose of comparison between vehicles.