The plug-in hybrid with a system output of 340 kW (462 hp) has a purely electric range of 50 km and, according to the manufacturer, consumes 2,5 l / 100 km with CO2 emissions of 56 g / km.
With its new plug-in hybrid, Porsche is using the strategy of the 918 Spyder: the fastest production vehicle that has ever lapped the Nürburgring-Nordschleife. The 652 kW (887 hp) hybrid Spyder conquered the legendary race track in 6 minutes 57 seconds; mainly thanks to the additional thrust from two electric motors. This strategy has now also been implemented in the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid: the full electrical output of 100 kW (136 hp) and 400 Nm torque is available to the driver as soon as the accelerator pedal is touched. The electrical energy is also used to increase the maximum speed.
The start of the new Porsche plug-in hybrid is always electric - the electric range of 50 km and an electric top speed of 140 km / h allow the Panamera to travel emission-free.
The 700 Nm system torque allows the hybrid to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 4,6 seconds - thanks to the 2,9-liter V6 biturbo engine and its electric motor, the all-wheel-drive Porsche reaches its top speed at 278 km / h.
The high-voltage battery can be charged via a 230 V connection in 5,8 hours or with an optional 7,2 kW on-board loader and a 230 V connection with 32 A in 3,6 hours.
The plug-in hybrid can also be driven in different modes: “Sport”, “Sport Plus”, “E-Power” or the new “Hybrid Auto” can be selected as well as the “E-Hold” and “E” modes -Charge ", in which the battery is charged by the V6 engine. The "Sport Plus" mode allows the Panemera to reach its top speed of 278 km / h and the fastest possible charging of the battery using the V6 biturbo.
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