In electromobility, there are vehicles with different drive technologies.
Electric cars (also known as BEV = Battery Electric Vehicles) are fitted with an electric motor and a battery. In the
Plug-in hybrid cars (also known as PHEV = Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles) are fitted with an electric motor, a battery and a combustion engine. In our
Drive technology of the
Porsche E-Performance models
|Drive technology of the ||All-electric drive|
|Plug-in hybrid drive|
¹ Optimum conditions: CCS fast-charging pedestal with > 270 kW, > 850 V, battery temperature 30 °C to 35 °C and initial charge status 5 %.
Porsche models with all-electric drive.
Vehicle-relevant charging components.
Porsche plug-in hybrid models.
Our plug-in hybrid technology has to meet two exacting demands at the same time: first, it must reduce fuel consumption and emissions. Second, it must push the driver deep into the seat. Just as you would expect of a
Panamera 4 E-Hybrid
Cayenne E-Hybrid Platinum Edition
Porsche electric and plug-in hybrid models.
No, once plugged into the vehicle charge port, the charging plug is automatically detected by the vehicle and locked. The charging cable is secured against being disconnected and your
As a result of the comfort functions used in cold weather, e.g. the heating, the range of your vehicle may be reduced. The use of the convenient preconditioning function during charging can minimise this result as the required heating power is provided by the power grid.
At low temperatures, the charging performance of your high-voltage battery can also be restricted. Using the
If you have questions regarding the
For questions on public charging with the
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