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Experience electromobility with Porsche E-Performance.
Soul, electrified.
Electromobility with Porsche E-Performance.

We are driven by our passion for sports cars. With Porsche E-Performance, our concept for emotional electromobility, we are taking a step further toward the mobility of the future. And bringing Porsche electric and plug-in hybrid models together with a sophisticated charging infrastructure. For added performance in everyday life and more sustainable mobility.

E-Performance models.

Find charging stations on your route using the Charge Map.

The Porsche Charge Map shows you available charging stations on your route. This allows you to plan charging stops that match the range of your electric vehicle.

Charging all-electric models.
Electromobility requires robust charging infrastructure: As the driver of an all-electric Porsche, you can choose from a wide network of different charging stations. At home, on the road at public charging pedestals, and at your destination. Fast charging stations are also available on the road – here you can charge particularly quickly using direct current (DC) charging.

Charging electric vehicles

Charging plug-in hybrid models.
Charge your plug-in hybrid model conveniently at home, or on the road at publicly available alternating current (AC) charging pedestals.

Charging plug-in hybrids

Charging equipment shown above is for display purposes only. Charging equipment available in Canada may differ.


General information on electromobility.
What do common electric vehicle terms mean?

BEV: Battery electric vehicle.

Kilowatt hour (kWh): The unit of measure for energy storage. It indicates the capacity of the battery. (Equivalent to the size of a fuel tank in an ICE vehicle)

State of Charge (SoC): The term used to show how charged the battery is in percent. (Equivalent to how full the fuel tank is in an ICE vehicle)

Volt: The electrical potential or performance of the electrical system, which ultimately influences the charging speed. Like water running through a hose, the higher the volts the greater the pressure, the faster the charge.

Ampere or Amp: The unit of electrical current, meaning how much energy travels through a circuit. Keeping with the hose analogy, then amps is the diameter of the hose.

Amp x Volts = Power 40 amps x 240 volts = 9,600 watts or 9.6kW

Kilowatt (kW): The unit of measure for power level. In BEV terms, it is the level of power at which your vehicle can charge.

ICE – Internal Combustion Engine 

What is the difference between AC and DC charging?

Alternating Current Charging (AC Charging)
Also known as Level 1 or Level 2 charging, AC charging can be available in your home. AC charging may also be available in certain destinations such as shopping centres, restaurants, or sporting facilities. AC power levels range from 1kW to 9.6kW using the standard plug-in options.

Direct Current Charging (DC Charging)
DC charging is also known as Fast Charging, High-Performance Charging (HPC), or level 3 charging. Public charging stations primarily feature DC charging and has power levels ranging from 24kW to 350kW. The Porsche Taycan can accept as much as 270kW under ideal conditions.

Where can I charge my Porsche?

Your Porsche can be easily charged in various everyday situations: At home, on the road, and at your destination.

A range of Porsche charging equipment is available for charging at home. You will find the charging solution to suit your needs via the Porsche Charging Pre-Check at https://www.porsche.com/countries/charging-check. Contact your Porsche Centre for further information.

The Porsche Charging Service offers a country-dependent overview of options for charging. In Canada, you will receive 2 years of inclusive¹ charging at Electrify Canada via Porsche Charging Service.

¹Inclusive charging provides a 30-minute charging session at no additional cost, with a mandatory 1-hour interval between sessions. After the initial 30 minutes, standard charging rates apply. To be eligible for the inclusive charging offer, customers must activate Porsche Charging Service within three years from the first New Car Limited Warranty start date.

How do I charge?

At Home

In order to charge at home you need to determine if your home is capable of installing the necessary charging equipment. Using the Online Pre-Check, which is available depending on the relevant country, the essential prerequisites for using Porsche charging equipment are checked in your home. The Online Pre-Check is free-of-charge and can be easily performed, e.g. from your couch.

In order to obtain more detailed information, you can have your authorized Porsche Centre arrange a home check (availability is country-dependent) by an external service partner. During this, your electrical infrastructure is checked and details regarding the installation of the equipment at your home can be agreed.

Once your charging equipment is installed, you can simply plug in your vehicle when parked at home.

On The Road

Porsche through its partnership with Electrify Canada, provides Porsche BEV owners with access to a growing number of charging stations. With Porsche Charging Service you will have a country-dependent overview of options for charging when on the road and at your destination. In Canada, *Eligible Porsche BEVs offer up to three years of inclusive charging at Electrify Canada fast-charging stations. Inclusive charging means no cost charging for 30 minute intervals at a time, with a 1-hour gap in between each session. After 30 minutes, per-minute rates apply. This offer is available for all Taycan models from 2020 to 2024 and is valid upon activation of the Porsche Charging Service for three years from the date of the vehicle's first activation. Taycan models from 2025 model year and Macan Electric from 2024 model year are eligible for up to two years of inclusive charging.

How long will it take to charge my Porsche?

The charging time is influenced by several factors. These include:

  • the available connected load of the power grid
  • the vehicle interior preconditioning
  • the charge state and the temperature of the high-voltage battery
  • the settings that were activated on the charger

When charging at home, the customer-specific domestic installation is also an important factor.

With AC charging, the power output of the on-board charger installed in the vehicle makes a real difference.

The charging times can therefore differ significantly from the specified values.

The Porsche Charging Planner provides support here in helping you to plan charging, e.g. by preconditioning the battery before the charging process, to achieve an optimal charging power.

E-Performance Magazine.

Immerse yourself in the world of electromobility: read our magazine for exciting articles and reports plus exclusive interviews about Porsche electric vehicles, trends and developments in electromobility and our concept of the car of the future.

Room for Adventure
Journey to the Land of Giant Trees
Ice and Desert
Germany Tour: Hours of Tranquility
Meet the all-electric Porsche:
Hunter of the moment. Completely relaxed when energized.
Aksel Lund Svindal and the new Taycan.
The proportions of the Taycan are unique
Porsche Inside
Porsche Inside
The Porsche legend in the electromobility age.
Porsche Inside
Engine Plant
Driving modes
A woman and a man wearing headsets answer customer questions.

Help & Contact.

Our help & contact area contains all the important information and contact details for any questions you may have regarding electromobility at Porsche.