Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015




Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

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    The Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid boasts a luxurious interior, plenty of features, thrilling performance, and excellent predicted reliability.

    Complete review of the Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid, a plug-in hybrid car that is an alternative to a diesel version and costs from £

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    The official range on the Ads can be annoying. Then came the issue of completing the return journey without having been able to recharge the battery from a mains supply. The battery pack, located in the rear of the vehicle beneath the cargo floor , can be recharged with a Porsche Universal Charger. To me, the line is much lower — any car with a plug is a step in the right direction.

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid () review | CAR Magazine

    Once again, Porsche has surprised us by offering a relatively cheap plug-in hybrid version of one of its existing models.

    Cheap is relative here, as no Porsche qualifies as being cheap, but the clear winner in terms of bang-for-buck in the Cayenne lineup is now the plug-in hybrid version. Porsche is proud to announce that with the U. You do know that Porsche is part of VW Group, right? The technical progress made here is immense compared to the previous Cayenne S Hybrid. The new model has a lithium-ion traction battery with an energy capacity of The power of the electric motor was more than doubled, from 47 hp to 95 hp, resulting in an all-electric top speed of 78 mph.

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    Combined with the 3. This enables driving performance on the level of a sports car: The traction battery can be charged from the electric power grid or while driving. Porsche Car Connect is standard on this vehicle, and allows the driver to pull relevant vehicle data from a smart phone. In the current model line-up, the Panamera S E-Hybrid is setting standards worldwide as the first plug-in vehicle of the premium class.

    Extraordinarily powerful hybrid technology has also already been implemented in a sports car, in a super sports car no less — the Spyder. This car serves as an example of technology transfer from motorsport to production cars. The most advanced form of hybrid drive technology is currently implemented in the Hybrid, and it is also being studied for production vehicles. For all those who said they would believe it when they see it myself included , I guess we are seeing it.

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    This is good news for sure! The final proof will be in the sales numbers. I am still skeptical. Turning a gas guzzler into a PHEV is great news, and pricing it roughly the same as the equally performing gas-only model is fantastic. Seems like a rather arbitrary requirement to me.

    To me, the line is much lower — any car with a plug is a step in the right direction. The line is lower with me too, but the expectation from and frankly the responsibility of one of the largest and most influential car makers in the world is rather steep.

    Progress is when you look at the best and do better. Stagnation is when what they did is good enough, why bother trying harder? Are you assuming a ginger, 9 mile trip to work? With guaranteed destination charging, I see your point a whole lot better. I assumed that the Porsche will get about the same AER on a typical commute.

    Porsche cayenne e hybrid 2015

    Pick a different number if you like. My point is that an EREV burns gasoline, but very little of it. This Cayenne model just seems like a clever ploy to get a green sticker for a CUV. And for anyone who thinks the Falcon Wing doors are a needless and expensive complication that makes it impossible to carry canoes and kayaks or most anything else, barring a contraption that has Rube Goldberg laughing his ass off in his grave on the roof, the Cayenne has practical options that the Model X lacks.

    Accompanying the electric motor and battery bank is a 3. Porsche claims combined cycle fuel consumption of just 3. Recharging can be done on the road via regenerative brakes or by using the engine as a generator or via a conventional power plug. This should be sort of a slap in the face for cadillac being priced the same as the ELR.

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