The Cayenne E-Hybrid really sets the pace in terms of performance and the future. One of the first plug-in hybrids in its segment.
Its all-electric range of 23 km to 44 km theoretically allows you to complete an entire working day in the city without using the combustion engine – with a top speed of up to 135 km/h.
A new mobility concept is only innovative if it does not end with the vehicle. Porsche E-Performance therefore includes the infrastructure: an optimally integrated vehicle charge port, practical charging equipment and intelligent charging options, to use at home and on the road.
Charging at home
To charge your Porsche at home, we recommend installing an industrial electrical outlet. A practical wall mount for the Porsche Universal Charger (AC) comes as standard with your E-Hybrid model.
If wall mounting is not possible or you want a charging station for your carport, for example, the optional charging pedestal is available.
Porsche Universal Charger (AC) and vehicle charge port
The standard Porsche Universal Charger (AC) securely connects your Porsche to various sockets. After plugging in the vehicle charge port, the car automatically recognises the charger plug and is locked, to prevent it being driven away. The charging process starts immediately. If you have entered a time at which the battery should be charged in the instrument cluster, the charging process will begin later, thereby allowing you to take advantage of cheap off-peak tariffs.
Charging en route
There are public charging pedestals in many cities, which you can use for your Porsche E-Hybrid model. The optional charging cable (mode 3) is available for this.
Alternatively, you can charge your car at suitable power outlets using the Porsche Universal Charger (AC), e.g. while at work. Porsche offers special mains adapters for this that are easy to change.
If you are intending to charge your sports car abroad, you can request a suitable power cable – available for all standard sockets worldwide. And use Porsche Connect to conveniently find charging stations in your vicinity, at the roadside or at your destination.