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The combination of the internal combustion engine and the electric machine is decisive: 2 drives that ideally complement each other. The internal combustion engine builds up power and torque with increasing speed. The maximum torque of the electric machine is immediately available. Result: The system torque of 850 Nm is already present at 1,400 rpm.
The 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 engine with twin-scroll turbines achieves 404 kW (550 hp). The e-machine has 100 kW (136 hp), the overall system performance is an impressive 500 kW (680 hp).
The sprint from 0-100 km/h is completed in only 3.4 seconds. 200 km/h are reached after only 11.7 seconds. The top speed: 310 km/h.
Drive technology, whose roots lie in motorsports. Which was tested on the circuit. And find their way to the road in the new
In E-Power mode, the vehicle operates on electric power alone. If the accelerator pedal is depressed beyond the resistance point, the combustion engine switches on, enabling you to demand the maximum available total system power output at any time.
The intelligent Hybrid Auto mode offers the greatest operating efficiency for trips across town and country. In this mode, the
In E-Hold mode, the state of charge of the high-voltage battery is maintained at the current level. This means that the energy of the battery can be used at a later time, e.g. for all-electric driving or boosting.
When the vehicle is driven in E-Charge mode, the high-voltage battery is charged by the combustion engine. This is useful if activated, for example, on a section of motorway before a drive through town on electric power alone.
In SPORT mode, the combustion engine is activated by default and accelerates the
In SPORT PLUS mode, drivetrain and chassis are tuned for maximum performance. The top speed of 310 km/h is also available in this mode. The performance reserves of the combustion engine are used to charge the battery – the energy produced can then be exploited for boosting as required.
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^ The published electricity consumption (kWh per 100 km), charging times (hours/minutes) and kilometre (km) range are estimates determined in accordance with the Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) – see www.porsche.com/wltp. The WLTP is the test procedure used in the European Union and does not apply in Australia, where the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) remains the appropriate test standard under ADR 81/02. Actual figures will vary as they are dependent on many factors including driving style, road and traffic conditions, weather conditions, a vehicle’s features, equipment, accessories, condition, load and use. Extra features and accessories (attachments, tyre formats, etc.) can change relevant vehicle parameters such as weight, rolling resistance and aerodynamics can also affect the electricity consumption and performance values of a car. The published charging times are estimated using the vehicle’s charging equipment and European charging facilities, with the battery temperature under optimum conditions and the vehicle having an initial charge status of 5%. CO2 emissions can also be generated at the power source when vehicles are being charged, unless 100% renewable energy is used. As Australian models have not been tested in accordance with the NEDC procedure, the published figures do not apply in Australia and must not be relied upon in making a decision as to whether to purchase a vehicle. Please contact an Official
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