New Porsche electric models | information & comparisons

The concept of hybrid and electric vehicles isn't new; way back in 1900 Ferdinand Porsche created the very first gasoline/electric hybrid car, known as the Lohner-Porsche. The first prototypes he put forth were two-wheel drive, battery-powered automobiles with two front-wheel hub-mounted motors. The internal pole electric motor allowed for a burst of up to 7 horsepower. Unfortunately the Lohner-Porsche was too costly to make available to the public, but the design was used in other vehicles over the years; and Nasa and Boeing studied it in order to create the Apollo program's Lunar Roving Vehicle. As you can see, Porsche has always been at the forefront of innovation, and that's what our engineers strive for today: to stay ahead of the curve and give you the best in high-performance engineering.

New Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid model comparisons

New Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Comparisons

 New Porsche Taycan Turbo model comparisons

New Porsche Taycan Turbo Comparisons

Meet the Porsche Lineup of Electric and Hybrid Options

It may surprise you to learn that Porsche announced its first plug-in hybrid model in 2011. The sleek Panamera is known for being the most innovative model in the Porsche lineup, being the brand's first four-door sedan and the first green vehicle. Today, the Panamera embodies everything Porsche stands for, delivering a sexy silhouette with crisp curves as well as generating up to a thundering 552 horsepower. Choosing a plug-in hybrid doesn't mean you have to sacrifice power. The Porsche Cayenne SUV also offers a hybrid model and produces a solid 445 horsepower, not to mention the comfort and luxury you've come to expect from Porsche. If you're ready to dive into the EV waters head-first, however, check out the all-electric Porsche Taycan. It oozes Porsche DNA with striking proportions and the iconic dynamic flyline; and inside, you'll be surrounded by the latest in connectivity and technology. The Taycan can get you further faster with a range of up to 246 miles, and it generates a powerful 402 horsepower. If you're looking for even more power, you can upgrade trim levels and experience a soul-shaking 750 horsepower from the Taycan Turbo S.

We understand that there are numerous models of hybrids and EVs on the market today, all vying for your attention. While we believe you'll find the best value and performance from Porsche, we also believe in proving it. On this page you'll find head-to-head comparisons between the Taycan EV and the hybrid models of the Panamera and the Cayenne, so you can see just how they stack up against their rivals. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to our expert team here at Porsche Columbus. We can't wait to assist you.

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