PORSCHE PANAMERA S E-HYBRID TURBO PHEV
Porsche unveiled the first plug-in version of the Panamera in April 2013 and retail sales commenced in Europe in Q3 2013. The Porsche Panamera S E is an approved Low Emission Vehicle and qualifies for a £5,000 grant in the UK. The Panamera PHEV represented 9% of all Panamera models sold in the first couple of months after its release. The Sport Turismo is an estate version of the Panamera and was introduced in 2012 with a hybrid model as part of the range. The Turismo is technically a plug-in hybrid as it can be charged in 2½ hours from a wall socket.
PORSCHE PANAMERA S E-HYBRID TURBO PHEV SPECS
PORSCHE PANAMERA S E-HYBRID TURBO PHEV SALES
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PORSCHE PANAMERA S E-HYBRID TURBO PHEV IN THE NEWS
2017 Week 8 - Geneva Auto Show
- Porsche will unveil a powerful Panamera E-Hybrid;
- The Chinese start-up Techrules will unveil its Supercar, the GT96;
- Toyota will reveal it’s I-Tril concept, speculated to be a three-wheel city vehicle; and
- Renault is said to reveal a new electric vehicle.
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