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The history of the Porsche brand

356, Mission E, l-r, 2018, Porsche AG

The first vehicle to bear the Porsche name was registered on June 8, 1948: It was the 356 “No.1” Roadster. This is the day on which the Porsche brand was born. The Type 356 turned Ferry Porsche’s dream of a sports car into a reality. The successor model to the 356, the Porsche 911 designed by Ferry Porsche’s son Ferdinand Alexander, finally gave the company its breakthrough as one of the leading manufacturers of sports cars in the world, both from a technical and a design perspective.

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Porsche had already thought about creating a sports car feeling for four when it designed the Type 356.

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Consumption

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  • 0.0 g/km
  • 26 kwh/100km

Taycan Turbo

Fuel consumption/Emmissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 0.0 l/100km
CO2 emmissions* combined 0.0 g/km
Electric power consumptions* combined 26 kwh/100km
  • 3.9–3.7 l/100km
  • 90–85 g/km
  • 19.6–18.7 kwh/100km

Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid

Fuel consumption/Emmissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 3.9–3.7 l/100km
CO2 emmissions* combined 90–85 g/km
Electric power consumptions* combined 19.6–18.7 kwh/100km
  • 3.3 l/100km
  • 74 g/km
  • 16.0 kwh/100km

Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid

Fuel consumption/Emmissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 3.3 l/100km
CO2 emmissions* combined 74 g/km
Electric power consumptions* combined 16.0 kwh/100km
  • 9.5 – 8.5 l/100km
  • 215 – 193 g/km

911 Carrera T (Typ 991 II)

Fuel consumption/Emmissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 9.5 – 8.5 l/100km
CO2 emmissions* combined 215 – 193 g/km
  • 0.0 l/100km
  • 0.0 g/km
  • 26.9 kwh/100km

Taycan Turbo S

Fuel consumption/Emmissions*
Fuel consumption* combined 0.0 l/100km
CO2 emmissions* combined 0.0 g/km
Electric power consumptions* combined 26.9 kwh/100km