Charging at Porsche: Many roads lead to electricity
By as early as 2030, more than 80 per cent of the sports car manufacturer's vehicles will be powered by an electric motor. As of today, the Porsche Newsroom is providing an overview of the subject of ‘charging’ on a new microsite.
“We are seeing a clear increase in electromobility and the associated high-performance charging infrastructure”, says Oliver Blume, Chairman of the Executive Board of Porsche AG. Fittingly, IONITY has this week announced a significant expansion of what is already Europe's largest network of high-performance charging stations.
The 800-volt technology in the charging stations means that the network can be used to charge the Porsche Taycan at its full potential of up to 270 kilowatts. By using the Porsche Charging Service, Taycan drivers also benefit from a standardised and significantly discounted price, currently 0.33 euros per kWh, at IONITY fast-charging stations.
Readers can find all this and much more - topics such as charging at home, details on the Porsche IntelligentRange Manager and tips on optimal charging - on the new microsite.