New Porsche electric models | information & comparisons

Porsche has a rich history of pioneering innovation, and while the concept of hybrid and electric vehicles may appear as a recent phenomenon, its roots can be traced back over a century. In 1900, the visionary Ferdinand Porsche introduced the world to the first gasoline/electric hybrid car, famously known as the Lohner-Porsche. This revolutionary creation marked a significant milestone in the annals of automotive history. The early prototypes of the Lohner-Porsche were battery-powered vehicles with two front-wheel hub-mounted motors, creating a pioneering two-wheel drive system. These automobiles featured an internal pole electric motor, capable of generating up to 7 horsepower bursts of power. Although the Lohner-Porsche was prohibitively expensive for the general public at the time, its groundbreaking design left an enduring legacy. Elements of this pioneering vehicle found their way into subsequent automobiles throughout the years, with its technology even influencing projects beyond the automotive world, such as NASA and Boeing's use of its technology in the development of the Lunar Roving Vehicle for the Apollo program.

Throughout its storied history, Porsche has consistently led the charge in innovation, continually pushing the boundaries of high-performance engineering. Today, our engineers remain steadfast in our commitment to progress, always striving to stay at the forefront of cutting-edge technology and delivering the epitome of automotive excellence. Our dedication to innovation ensures that you experience the zenith of performance and driving pleasure. As you delve into the world of hybrid and electric vehicles, it's important to recognize that the Porsche legacy of innovation extends to the very origins of this remarkable technology. Join us in embracing the future of automotive excellence and discover the exhilaration of driving a Porsche, where innovation and performance seamlessly merge.

New Porsche Taycan model comparisons

New Porsche Taycan Comparisons

Meet the Electric and Hybrid Porsche Lineup at Porsche Columbus

In 2011, Porsche made a significant announcement by introducing its inaugural plug-in hybrid model, a surprising leap into the world of electrified vehicles. The elegant and sophisticated Panamera emerged as the embodiment of innovation within the Porsche lineup. It not only marked the brand's debut in the four-door sedan segment but also initiated the Porsche green initiative. Today, the Panamera embodies the core essence of Porsche, featuring a captivating silhouette with graceful curves and delivering an impressive 455 horsepower. Opting for a plug-in hybrid doesn't require compromising on power when you're at the helm of the Panamera. In addition to the Panamera, Porsche has extended its range of electrified offerings to include the Cayenne SUV. This remarkable model combines the versatility of an SUV with hybrid technology, resulting in a harmonious fusion of power and efficiency. With a robust output of 463 horsepower, the Cayenne Hybrid ensures an exhilarating driving experience, coupled with the renowned comfort and luxury expected from Porsche.

For those eager to fully immerse themselves in the world of electric vehicles, the all-electric Porsche Taycan beckons. Exuding the pure DNA of Porsche, the Taycan showcases striking proportions and the iconic dynamic flyline, instantly capturing attention. Step inside, and you'll find yourself surrounded by the latest in connectivity and technology. With a range of up to 246 miles, the Taycan takes you on a longer, faster journey while generating an impressive 402 horsepower. And for those seeking an even more electrifying experience, upgrading to higher trim levels unleashes a breathtaking 750 horsepower from the Taycan Turbo S, an experience like no other. To delve deeper into these exciting vehicles, we invite you to continue reading and discover how our EV lineup compares to the competition and even other Porsche models.

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