porsche-zoom2 (1)Porsche Cayenne hybrid is designed to meet the expectations of the high quality sport car. It is not only the energy efficiency of the car, but also the connections & functions of the car.

According to the company info, the Porsche Cayenne hybrid combined consumption is 3,4 litres per 100 km and the combined CO2 is about 78 g per kilometer. The electric driving range is 23-44 kilometers.

But for business travellers, the Porsche Connect service with calendar meetings and real-time travel information & travelling time, is a new service which helps the driver to achieve the destinations and meetings in time. One can call this Auto-Assistant while it can inform about possible delays during the journey.

The other thing is the charging. Porshce is also one of the companies with the Ionity, a high-power charging stations, service. This makes charging even faster all around Europe.

But also the wireless charging, that is charging without cabels, is a new possibility for Porsche hybrid. This wireless charging,  for example in the drivers carage, makes the charging even more easier and it is based on inductive technology.Also other sportcars manufacturers like BMW and Audi are also using this new charging technology.

Driving the Porsche Cayenne hybrid is made easy: all functions are reachable and clear. The Touchdisplay with navigation is working orderly. On the other hand, the energy information display could be more informative. The gasoline tank is 75 litres.

The car is big enough for luggages, sport equipments and it is designed for 5 persons. The interior design is sportive with leather and aluminium.

 

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