First Porsche quick charging park featuring 800-volt record connected to a grid

Four patron parking spaces during a dealership are versed with a Porsche charging infrastructure. Two of these spaces underline a new 800-volt charging record grown by Porsche Engineering Services GmbH as a colonize of a “Porsche Turbo Charging” concept. At a moment, DC fast-charging stations for electric cars routinely work during a voltage turn of around 400 volts. Depending on a charging energy in kW, a charging time for a operation of 400 kilometres is now between 40 and 80 minutes. Increasing a voltage turn to 800 volts significantly reduces a charging time to reduction than 20 mins for a same range.

The spaces during Berlin-Adlershof are now accessible for quick charging vehicles versed with a Combined Charging System connector. The Porsche Taycan will be a initial series-production car to underline a 800-volt technology, and is due to arrive on a marketplace in 2019.

A commander plan for contrast a innovative technology

Construction of a 800-volt charging infrastructure during a Berlin-Adlershof site was implemented as a commander plan for contrast a innovative record and entertainment knowledge with a perspective to integrating a quick charging park during other Porsche Centres. “In this fast elaborating universe of mobility, we are consistently scheming ourselves for a launch of a initial entirely electric Porsche model, a Taycan”, says Karsten Sohns, Managing Director of Porsche Deutschland GmbH. “Having an suitable charging infrastructure during a Porsche sites and over is an essential member of a strategy.”

The charging park is accessible for charging all electric vehicles for giveaway during normal opening hours during a Porsche Centre Berlin-Adlershof. The Porsche Centre is means to yield minute information about a charging process.

Panamera Hybrid Models: Fuel expenditure total 3.0 – 2.5 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 69 – 56 g/km; electricity consimption (combined) 17.6 – 15.9 kWh/100 km

Cayenne E-Hybrid: Fuel expenditure total 3.4 – 3.2 l/100 km; CO2 emissions 78 – 72 g/km; electricity consimption (combined) 20.9 – 20.6 kWh/100 km