One of the main news in connection with the recent facelift of Porsche’s flagship, the Panamera, was the Turbo S version, which now does without plug-in hybrid technology. However, the full top still represents an alternative version. The Turbo S E-Hybrid has also been strengthened.
The mentioned “non-hybrid” version of the Turbo S with an output of 463 kW, 630 horsepower with 820 newton meters jumps with an output of 700 horsepower (514 kW) and a torque of 870 Nm
Such numbers are achieved by a powertrain consisting of a four-liter eight-cylinder fork with two turbochargers and electric motors. One is integrated into the PDK automatic transmission.
The novelty accelerates to 100 km / h in 3.2 seconds, while the maximum starts up to 315 km / h. The range in purely electric mode is 50 km thanks to the larger 17.9 kWh battery according to the stricter WLTP protocol.
The total number of plug-in hybrid variants of the current panamer is thus increased to three models. In addition to the aforementioned Turbo S E-Hybrid and the existing 4S E-Hybrid with a six-cylinder and system power of 412 kW, 560 hp, there is also a new 4 E-Hybrid variant. Also with a six-cylinder, but a system output of 340 kW, 462 hp.
The gap in the offer is further filled by the conventionally driven 4S variant with all-wheel drive and a 2.9-liter six-cylinder known from weaker plug-in hybrids. It has 324 kW, 440 hp.
The new variants already have prices, 4 E-Hybrid starts at 110,369 euros, in terms of 3 million crowns, you can buy 4S from 115,241 euros, ie for 3.2 million crowns. The Turbo S E-Hybrid is available from 185,537 euros, which is slightly over 5 million crowns.
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