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Porsche Taycan drifts into the Guinness World Records™ book
Electric sports car completes drift marathon at Hockenheimring
“When the driving stability programmes are switched off, a powerslide with the electric
The attempt took place under the supervision of Guinness World Records™ official record judge Joanne Brent on the irrigated driving dynamics area of the PEC. Brent has been supervising record attempts of all kinds for Guinness World Records™ for over five years: “We've had some drift records, but with an electric sports car it's something very special for us too. Here
Another independent expert was Denise Ritzmann. Prior to the record attempt, the engineer confirmed the standard and roadworthy condition of the pre-series
The PEC at Hockenheimring has just celebrated its first birthday: on 13 October 2019, the 170,000 square metre site in the heart of the race track was opened. It houses a customer experience centre, a handling track, six driving dynamics areas and an off-road course.
The PEC at Hockenheimring is the second German centre after Leipzig. Other PECs are located in Atlanta, Le Mans, Los Angeles, Shanghai and Silverstone. The eighth and largest PEC is currently being built in Franciacorta, Italy. The opening is planned for mid 2021.
About Guinness World Records
The history of Guinness World Records™ began on 10 November 1951, when Sir Hugh Beaver (1890-1967), Managing Director of the Guinness Brewery in Ireland, accompanied a hunt. After animated discussion, the hunters couldn’t find any reference in any book to indicate which bird is the fastest in Europe.
This experience gave Sir Hugh the idea for a promotional campaign designed to stimulate conversation in pubs. Guinness Superlatives was founded on 30 November 1954 and the first edition of the Guinness Book of Records™ was published in 1955.
The database currently contains over 53,000 records. Every year about 8,000 new records are added from around the world. The Guinness World Records™ Book is currently published in over 100 countries and more than 40 languages. A total of over 143 million copies have been sold so far.
With the first all-electric
Further information and film and photo material in the
The consumption and CO₂ emission values were determined using the new WLTP measuring method. For the time being, the NEDC values derived from this method must still be indicated. These values are not comparable with the values determined according to the previous NEDC measuring method.
Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO₂ emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the “Guide to the fuel economy, CO₂ emissions and electric power consumption of new passenger cars”, which is available free of charge at all sales points and from DAT.
Further information and pictures for journalists and media representatives can be found on the
Estes dados foram determinados de acordo com os procedimentos de medição da norma Euro 5 (715/2007/CE e 692/2008/CE), no Novo Ciclo Europeu de Condução (NEDC) e com os equipamentos de série. Os dados não se referem a um veículo individual e não são parte do produto oferecido, servindo apenas para efeitos de comparação entre os diferentes tipos de veículos. Para obter informação adicional sobre os veículos individuais, consulte o seu Centro Oficial
Os dados de consumo foram obtidos com base no equipamento de série. Os equipamentos opcionais e ou especiais poderão afectar o consumo e as prestações.
Estão disponíveis informações mais detalhadas sobre o consumo de combustível e as respectivas emissões de CO2 dos novos veículos no sítio da ACAP.