All New 2018 Panamera: An E-Hybrid Vehicle

Jan 29, 2017 07:05 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

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The German automotive company, Porsche, has a current line-up of competitive cars from their Cayenne, Macan, 718 Boxster/ Cayman, 911 and Panamera. Their 2018 Panamera 4 E-Hybrid exist due to environmental factors.

According to Porsche, Hybrids are for more than saving fuel and is fun to drive too. The new version of the Panamera has an electric horse available all the time compared to the previous Hybrid that needs to press the accelerator pedal at least 80 percent down for it to be able to get a maximum of its electric motivation. With the car's nature of a turbocharged engine, there is said to be a great wave of its torque around the town speeds and on a highway on ramps.

Meanwhile, the Germany-based automotive company's forthcoming 2018 Panamera 4 E-Hybrid has possessed a 462 hp with a torque of 516 pound-feet from its 2.9-liter twin turbo V6 (330 hp and 331 lb-ft) and an electric motor (136 hp and 295 lb-ft). The mentioned power is transmitted to all four wheels with an eight-speed transmission (PDK) that has a result of 4.4 seconds in a run from 0-60 and 172 miles per hour top speed.

As for the battery, it is a liquid cooled lithium-ion 14.1-kWh battery that is placed below the floor of the haul area. The charging time on a standard outlet may take up to 12 hours and 3 hours for an optional fast charger. Compared to other Panamera model's interior button, this version has touch-sensitive panels.

E- Hybrid usually has a distinctive program for its dash dual 7 inches display and 12.3 inches touchscreen that shows driving tips and power meters. The 2018 Panamera 4 E-Hybrid is expected to be in the US showrooms this coming summer. As for the EPA fuel efficiency and prices, there was no official release of any announcements have been reported yet. Fans will know more of this hybrid soon as it will have a debut in an upcoming Paris Motor Show.

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