Porsche's latest is an all-electric Cayman that can charge almost three-times faster than a Tesla Supercharger. The vehicle will not go into series production, but does give an early indication of just how sporty Porsche believes e-mobility can be. It's a research vehicle that can charge at a massive rate.
Unveiled at the Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS) in Stuttgart, the Cayman e-volution boasts a 0-60mph time of 3.1 seconds - which is more than a second faster than a petrol-powered Cayman S - and a range of 124 miles.
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When it announced plans to produce the Mission E, Porsche claimed owners would be able to charge their cars to 80 per cent in just 15 minutes using an in-house fast charger. What's more, Porsche says "the system is to be used as a supplement to high-power fast charging network with medium voltage connection".
The auto comes with a range of 200 kilometers and a 0 to 62 miles per hour rime of just 3.3 seconds. A concept created to show that Porsche believes electric can still be sporty. With two electric vehicles plugged in, each auto will be able to draw up to 160kW.
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Accumulator-based means that it collects and stores electricity in the charging system in order to deliver it quickly to the vehicle.
Dubbed Turbo Charging, the system is created to suit areas where the power distribution system is limited. The Cayman e-volution though is a precursor to the main event, the Porsche Mission E electric sedan which will arrive in 2019 and is expected to make use of Porsche's new turbo charging system. Porsche is planning on building at least one network of these chargers in Europe in a partnership between Porsche, Audi, BMW, Daimler, and Ford.
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